• Huddersfield Business School University of Huddersfield Queensgate Huddersfield HD1 3DH United Kingdom

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Gemma joined the Department of Management in the Business School at the University of Huddersfield in 2021 after completing her bursary awarded PhD at the Open University Business School in 2020. She graduated in Psychology from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2013 and completed a bursary awarded Masters by Research (MRes) at the Open University Business School in 2015. During her postgraduate studies Gemma has been involved with a number of distance learning modules run by the Open University within the area of Human Resource Management and Leadership. Gemma completed her PhD which focused on how identities such as gender and disability materialise within two different types of organisations (sheltered and mainstream).

Gemma currently has graduate membership to the British Psychological Society since 2015 and is a member of the British Academy of Management.

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My research focuses on how gender and disability are comparatively experienced in sheltered employment and mainstream employment. More broadly my research interests focus on diversity and inclusion in organisations: theoretically my research interests include intersectionality, identity, embodiment, materiality, performativity, ethics and power/resistance. My research is undertaken from a critical standpoint and seeks to deconstruct and challenge binary and essentialist discourses which reify exclusion.


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