Dr. Sarah Reid leads our efforts on the area of culture, learning and developing and diversity and inclusion. She is a social scientist who helps organizations find, frame and test solutions in ways that serve human needs, solve behavioural bottlenecks and foster inclusive growth. Sarah leads the behaviour design research agenda at The Conference Board of Canada where we collaborate with business to identify organizational processes that might impede inclusive practices, processes and products, and co-design and test possible solutions.
Sarah has consulted, conducted research and taught in Canada and the United States on a range of topics, including organizational behaviour, gender, families and health. Her work has been published in journals, such as Social Science & Medicine, Work and Occupations, the Journal of Health and Social Behaviour, and the Behavioral Scientist.
Sarah holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto and a post-doctorate from Rutgers University.