Dr. Ágnes Andor specializes in ethics, diversity, and leadership. Her research falls into two primary areas – she examines the unexpected causes and consequences of unethical behavior, and the ways in which men and women are perceived differently in the workplace. She received her PhD from Bocconi University in 2019, and taught at Southern Methodist University and the University of Notre Dame before joining Marshall. She has taught a variety of courses, including Executive Leadership and Change Management, Negotiations, Diversity Management and Policy, Business Ethics, Foundations of Organizational Behavior, and Public Speaking. Prior to obtaining her PhD, she worked as a financial analyst, holding positions in both the public and private sector. She is originally from Hungary, and has lived in the US, Italy, and Australia.