Rosalind Chow

Rosalind is a professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory at the Tepper School of Business, and is also affiliated with the Social and Decision Sciences group at Dietrich College. Her research focuses on how individuals experience and respond to different forms of social inequality, such as gender and racial inequality. She has particular expertise on White Americans’ responses to racial inequality, and how members of dominant groups can contribute to the dismantling of systemic bias, with a specific focus on promotion processes within organizations. Her research interests and educational experience provide her with a unique lens on diversity, equity, and inclusion issues, making her a regularly sought consultant and speaker for a variety of companies.

Rosalind currently serves as the faculty director for CLIMB, a leadership program offered through the Tepper School of Business in partnership with Deloitte that focuses on preparing Black and Latino professionals for leadership positions in the accounting industry. Prior to CLIMB, she served as the founding faculty director for the Executive Leadership Academy, an executive leadership program addressing the challenges facing the advancement of Black leaders in the Pittsburgh region.

Rosalind holds a BA in Psychology from Columbia University, and a PhD in Organizational Behavior from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She currently lives in Pittsburgh, PA, with her husband, Jeff Galak, and their two children, Lia and Simon.

Represented by: Celeste Fine