Western Washington University
Related Research Interests
My research topics primarily focus on allyship, microaggressions, gender-based transgressions in organizational settings, effective/ineffective allyship communication, and virtue-laden leadership for inclusive leaders. I have publications currently under review in the Journal of Organizational Behavior and with presentations published through the Western Positive Psychological Association focused on these areas.
Much of my interest is in what lies in-between or across communication, leadership, and organizational studies in order to better understand how these all interact in an organizational context. Multi-disciplinary approaches have been at the forefront of my research style not only to utilize my breadth of understanding in my formal education, but to also capture the many moving parts that create group dynamics, values, biases, leadership, etc.
- Winkelman, K. M. & Warren, M. A. (January 2020). A recipe for inclusive leadership: Virtues and communication strategies that make leaders great. Poster presentation at the 5th Western Positive Psychological Association Conference, Claremont, CA
- Winkelman, K. M., & Warren, M. A. (January 2020). I know how to be an ally, or do I? Effective and ineffective communication practices of allies. Symposium presentation at the 5th Western Positive Psychological Association Conference, Claremont, CA