Erin Shirtz

Erin Shirtz

Doctoral Student in Organizational Behavior
Erin Shirtz

Research Interests: Organizations, Inequality, Gender, Identity, Economic Sociology


Erin Shirtz is a doctoral student in the Organizational Behavior program jointly offered by Harvard Business School and the Department of Sociology at Harvard University. Her research broadly examines organizational culture, social identity, and inequality by exploring the sources and experiences of social inequality in the workplace.


Prior to beginning her doctoral studies, Erin worked as an assistant director at UChicago Booth’s Center for Decision Research and as a management consultant for Deloitte.


Previous Degrees:

B.A., Psychology and Criminal Justice, University of Richmond

M.A., Social Sciences – Sociology, University of Chicago

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