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Dr. Fullick-Jagiela's work is centered on redefining leadership development practice to include diverse leader voices and experience. She helps frontline leaders in customer service and higher education develop their teams and advance change. Through her lens as an IO Psychologist, she centers employee well-being in everything she does. She challenges her students to be catalysts for inclusive and equitable change and empowers them to be dedicated leaders in the classroom and community. In her roles as Associate Professor and Chair of Management, she is a passionate advocate for advancing women in the workforce and engaging real systemic change that will allow them to bring their authentic intersectional identities to the table. She has developed formal mentoring programs and consulted with non-profits and professional organizations. She is an active member of SIOP and SHRM. She is an Editorial Board Member for the NACADA Journal and has published in HRDR, JOP, JoSOTL, IOP, NACADA, IJME, ISEDJ, JARHE, and TIP. In 2017, she was a QU Excellence in Teaching Award semi-finalist, and in 2015 was awarded the Quinnipiac University Pi Beta Phi Certificate of Excellence in Teaching Award. She is the founding faculty advisor for SHRM@QU, a Superior Merit Award winning student chapter. In 2011, she was awarded the William R. Jones Most Valuable Mentor Award from the Florida Education Fund and was part of the SIOP E&T Committee that revised the I-O Masters and PhD Curriculum Guidelines in 2016. As part of her commitment to being a lifelong learner in her roles, she completed the HERS Institute Higher Education Leadership Development Program in 2019. She earned her Ph.D. and M.S. in Industrial Organizational Psychology and B.S., Honors in the Major in Psychology from the University of Central Florida.


  • BS, University of Central Florida
  • MS, University of Central Florida
  • PHD, University of Central Florida

Areas of Expertise

  • Gender & Diversity
  • Human Resource Management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Management
  • Management Education and Development


  • Management

Office Location

  • Faculty Office Building 131

Mail Drop

  • SB-DNF