Brittany Lambert is a PhD candidate in Organizational Leadership at the University of Colorado, Boulder's Leeds School of Business. Brittany studies new frontiers in workplace emotions and talent management, focusing on 1) emotional disorders, such as anxiety and depression, in the workplace and, importantly, how organizations can come alongside their employees navigating such disorders, 2) challenges in the new world of work-seeking to understand the emotional experience of contract workers in the gig economy and 3) the retention and advancement of high performing women in the workplace. Ultimately, her goal is to make workplaces (of all kinds) healthier spaces where people can thrive. Since 2016, she has presented her work at major meetings all over the world, published several book chapters, and worked with three organizations, interested in her research, on consulting projects. She also cares deeply about undergraduate and MBA education, and has taught a leadership course at Leeds. Prior to joining Leeds, Brittany worked in strategy consulting at Deloitte and most recently managed special projects for the Chief Strategy Officer. She holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from Miami University of Ohio. Outside of academia, she is passionate about her faith, family, friends and loves to mountain bike all over Colorado.