Annie Nottingham

Annie Nottingham

Annie Nottingham

Graduate Research Assistant

Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Diversity and Inclusion, Adverse Impact, Emotional Labor, Employee Well-being, Selection

Anna "Annie" Nottingham earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Rhodes College in May of 2021 and her Master of Arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology in May of 2023 from George Mason University. 

In August of 2021, Annie began her career at Mason in the Industrial-Organizational Psychology program working under Dr. Deborah Rupp, and is now a third-year doctoral student. As a part of the Rupp Lab, Annie continues to study the fairness, validity, and legal defensibility of human resource practices. She is interested in the creation of equitable and inclusive workplaces and how evidence-based practices can facilitate such development. 

In addition to working on applied consulting projects, Annie has also acted as a Teaching Assistant for both Research Methods and Statistics courses and as an Instructor for the Introduction to Psychology course. She enjoys instructing and mentoring students.

Selected Publications

Weeks, K. P., Taylor, N., Hall, A. V., Bell, M. P., Nottingham, A., & Evans, L. (2023). “They Say They Support Diversity Initiatives, But They Don’t Demonstrate It”: The Impact of DEI Paradigms on the Emotional Labor of HR&DEI Professionals. Journal of Business and Psychology.

Nottingham, A., & Rupp, D. E. (in press). Inclusion as an Incrementally Valid Assessment Center Dimension. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice.  



B.A. Psychology, Rhodes College

M.A. Industrial-Organizational Psychology, George Mason University