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- Construct optimal team configurations
- Recruit employees representing a distinct dimension or personality
- Curate engagement activities that resonate with specific personalities
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Dr. Helga Wild
Leading Summery’s Behavioral Science team, Helga’s work combines qualitative research and systemic design focusing on how individuals and groups interact with one another. She did her undergraduate work in Systems Theory at Linz University and received her PhD in Psychology and Neuroscience from Leopold Franzens Universität Innsbruck. Awarded the prestigious Schroedinger Fellowship, Helga was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University, conducted experimental research at the Neuropsychology Lab at Stanford, and worked at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC).
Dr. Robert Lewis
As a quantitative media psychologist, Robert lends his expertise to support Summery’s data integrity, data visualization, and UI/ UX. An Assistant Professor at University of Texas at Austin, Robert earned his BA in Journalism / Computer Science from Southeast Missouri State University, an MA in Communication from University of Missouri-Saint Louis, and his PhD from Michigan State University in Communication with an interdepartmental specialization in Cognitive Science.
Summery’s Founder and CEO, Erin Michelson is a leading growth strategist with experience working within both the financial and social arenas with firms such as Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, and American Express, as well as Kellogg, Ashoka, and Tides foundations. Author of the Adventure Philanthropist book series, Erin has a BA from Mills College, an M.Phil. from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and a MA from The New School for Social Research in system design. Erin is a recognized woman founder and tech entrepreneur.