International Centre for Women Leaders
Doyin Atewologun BSc, MSc, MRes, CPsychol
Doyin is a Doctoral Researcher at the International Centre for Women Leaders, Cranfield School of Management. Her research interest is in the areas of diversity and positive identity, primarily, exploring how members of different social groups leverage from their social and personal identities to bring their ‘best’ selves to the workplace. Doyin has a first class honours degree from the University of Birmingham (2000) and a Masters in Occupational Psychology from the University of Nottingham. Since 2001, she has worked as a consultant with OPP Ltd, one of the leading business psychology consultancies in Europe. She is a qualified business coach and is also qualified in psychometric testing.
Conference papers and presentations:
Atewologun, D. (2009) Exploring senior ethnic minority managers' sensemaking and identity enactment, British Academy of Management Conference, Sept.
Atewologun, D. (2008) Exploring Multiple Identities in Black and Minority Ethnic Female and Male Managers. British Academy of Management Conference , Sept.
Atewologun, D. (2008). The Challenges and the Triumphs – Starting Out as a Researcher in Ethnicity and Organizational Psychology. Organizational Psychology and Ethnicity at Work: Research Agenda, Approaches and Perspectives, BirkbeckCollege, University of London, July.
Atewologun, D. (2008). Exploring UK minority professionals’ identity construction and navigation at work. Equal Opportunities International Conference, July.
Atewologun, D. (2008). Gender, Ethnicity and the Construction of Professional Identities European Doctoral Programmes Association in Management and Business Administration (EDAMBA), July.