Viva Nsair

Viva Nsair

Title

PhD Candidate

Phone

313-577-4501

Email

vivansair@wayne.edu

Office

 Room 452

Website

www.linkedin.com/in/viva-nsair

Viva Nsair

Academic Programs

  • Management

Research and teaching interests

Women in Management

Bias

Risk

 

Education

·         Honours BSc –  Biochemistry and Biomedical Engineering, McMaster University, Canada, 2008

·         MBA – DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, Canada, 2010

 

Biography

Currently in the United States and having worked in Kuwait, France, Saudi Arabia, and Canada, Viva Nsair is committed to furthering management research in women, bias and risk management. She joined the Ilitch School of Business Doctorate program in Management (OB track) in fall 2017. 

Publications

 Nsair, V. & Piszczek, M. (2021) Gender Matters: The Effects of Gender and Segmentation Preferences on Work-to-Family Conflict in Family Sacrifice Climates. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. DOI:10.1111/joop.12361

Presentations

Nsair, V. & Piszczek, M.M. Gender Matters: The Effects of Gender and Segmentation Preferences on Work-to-Family Conflict. To be presented at AOM 2021, virtual.
Nsair, V. & Julian, S. Making room for sub-Saharan Africa: Forbivalence and the assets and liabilities of foreignness. To be presented at AOM 2021, virtual.
Nsair, V. & Piszczek, M.M. Gender Matters: The Effects of Gender and Segmentation Preferences on Work-to-Family Conflict in Family Sacrifice Climates. Presented at the 2020-2021 Virtual Work and Family Researchers Network Conference.
Do, B., Nsair, V., Sheridan, S., & Jackson, C. The moderating effects of gender on the relationship between gratitude expression and perceived job performance. Paper presentation at the 2019 Positive Organizational Scholarship meeting, Ann Arbor, MI.

Awards

 Rumble Fellowship 2018-2019