You can learn about my professional activities at my resume website, Aimee Dars Ellis. I am also on LinkedIn. My areas of interest are corporate social responsibility, sustainability, and meaning at work. I enjoy designing classes and working on assessment of student outcomes. As a freelancer, I provide clients assistance with research, writing, and editing.
I received my Ph.D. from Arizona State University, my M.S. in Curriculum Design and Informational Technology through the University at Albany (SUNY), my M.B.A. from the University of Oklahoma, and my B.A. from the University of Chicago. My dissertation, The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Employee Attitudes and Behaviors, was a finalist for the prestigious Newman Award. My articles have been published in The Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Research Management Review, Journal of Product and Brand Management, and Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal. Formerly an Assistant Professor of Management at Ithaca College, I developed three courses, “Managing for Business Sustainability,” “Social Entrepreneurship,” and “Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility.”
A long-time vegan, I am passionate about animal welfare and social justice. I am a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. I enjoy spending time with my husband, George, and four dogs (Lily, Amelia, Sebastian, and Norman), knitting, blogging, making jewelry, reading, and traveling (during which my favorite activity is visiting museums). I am an avid postcard collector and maintain a separate blog highlighting vintage postcards at The Postman Loves Me.