Samantha Conroy’s research is primarily focused on the individual, team and organizational outcomes of compensation and reward systems. In addition, she is interested in individual identity transitions and the implications of these transitions for individual well-being and organizational change. Her work on these topics has been published in several peer-reviewed management journals, including the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Academy of Management Discoveries, and Human Resource Management Review. Samantha teaches courses on compensation and human resource management.
Samantha’s research and teaching are informed by seven years of experience working in corporate human resource management roles. Samantha earned her PhD in Management from the University of Arkansas. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management from Missouri State University and an MBA with a Finance emphasis from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.