Bev cares about the experience people have at work, and the role that leaders play in purposefully crafting engaging, human-centric environments for people to flourish. Over the course of her career, she’s paid close attention to the way people engage at work, and is curious about what creates the optimal conditions for individual fulfilment and vibrant workplace cultures.
In her role as Principal of Workplace Science, Bev focuses on understanding what’s happening in the evolving world of work, while also helping build Jostle’s culture as a place for people to feel supported, included, and challenged.
Bev is a regular contributor to the Jostle blog and host of the People at Work podcast. Her education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and Psychology and an Executive MBA.
When she’s not in the workplace laboratory, you’ll find Bev running towards her next road or trail race, hiking with her dogs or sharpening her Bananagrams skills.