Jennifer Young Jin Kim

Facultad de Administración


Extensión 3845

Ubicación LA_303


Academic Background

  • PhD. in Organizational Psychology. 
    Doctoral degree

    Columbia University. New York City, NY. United States. 2019

  • MA in Organizational Psychology.
    Master degree

    Columbia University. New York City. New York. NY. United States. 2015

  • B.A. in Art History and minor in Economics

    Bachelor degree

    Wellesley College. Wellesley, Massachusetts, MA. United States. 2008


  • Organizations 

 down Curriculum Vitae

Research interests

Diversity and social identity dynamics,Workplace microaggressions, Stereotype threat interventions, Learning agility,Leadership effectiveness.


Kim, J. Y., Block, C., & Nguyen, D. (2019). What’s Visible is My Race, What’s Invisible Is My Contribution: Understanding the Effects of Race and Color-blind Racial Attitudes on the Perceived Impact of Microaggressions Toward Asians in the Workplace. Journal of Vocational Behavior.

Kim, J. Y., Nguyen, D. & Block, C. (2018). The 360 Degree Experience of Workplace microaggressions: Who Commits them? How Do Individuals Respond? What are the Consecuences? In Capodilupo. Nadal. Rivera. Sue & Torino (Eds.). Microaggression Theory: Influence and implication. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.