Hannah Weisman conducts research on careers, callings, and the meaning of work - often using longitudinal approaches. She also serves as Student Representative for the Academy of Management Organizational Behavior division.
Hannah has received numerous accolades. She was selected as a Finalist in the 2019 INFORMS/Organization Science Best Dissertation Proposal Competition. Her conference paper on calling won the "Best Overall Paper" award from the Academy of Management Careers Division. Her research on calling was also featured in a symposium that won the “Best Symposium” award from the Management, Spirituality, & Religion Division of the Academy of Management. For her reviewer service, Hannah has received the“Outstanding Reviewer” award from the Academy of Management Organizational Behavior Division.
Hannah holds an MSc degree, with distinction, in Human Resources and Organisations (Organisational Behaviour track) from the LSE. She holds a BA degree in Neuroscience from Hamilton College. Hannah is a current recipient of the LSE PhD Studentship Award.
Before joining LSE, Hannah worked as an executive compensation consultant with the Semler Brossy Consulting Group, and as a research assistant with the Yale School of Medicine.