Assistant Professor of Business Administration
Office: WB 265
Wendy Fox-Kirk joined Weber State University in January 2013 and currently serves as an assistant professor of business administration in the Goddard School of Business & Economics. She is WSU’s ElevateHer coordinator and is a founding member of the Weber Women’s Leadership Network and E³, a Women’s Leadership Institute affiliate. She also serves on the Ogden Weber Chamber’s Women in Business Board.
In addition to a BS in human psychology and an MS in work psychology and business from Aston University in England, she holds a PhD from the University of Birmingham in the UK.
At WSU, she teaches management courses with a focus on leadership and people development.
Fox-Kirk’s research interests include leadership, ethical organizations and leadership identity. Her work aims to address issues of disadvantage with a particular focus on women’s careers and the gendered organization. She also worked for a number of years in commercial social research and management consultancy supporting the public service and not-for-profit sectors in innovative service delivery and organizational development.
She holds professional certification in psychometric testing (accredited by the British Psychological Society) and is a member of the Academy of Management and the Society for Human Resource Management.