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Jennifer M. Verive, Ph.D. - Research Analyst
Jennifer M. Verive, Ph.D., is one of White Rabbit Virtual's founders and the company's chief executive officer. An Industrial-Organizational Psychologist with more than ten years' experience in her field, Dr. Verive is a passionate telework educator and advocate, with a focus on helping individuals and companies develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to work effectively in the virtual workplace. At White Rabbit Virtual, Inc., Dr. Verive directs a variety of research programs and develops scientifically based training programs to help organizations improve the performance of all types of remote and mobile workers and their managers.
In addition to leading White Rabbit Virtual, Jennifer serves on the Telework Advisory Board for WorldatWork, where she directed ITAC's comprehensive 2005 research and report on Exploring Telework as a Business Continuity Strategy: A Guide to Getting Started. Jennifer also served as president of BATA, the Bay Area Telework Association before moving to Nevada. She recently founded FlexWork Nevada, a pilot organization dedicated to improving flexwork awareness in a state facing significant growth challenges.
A seasoned researcher, Dr. Verive has written white papers and published articles in peer-reviewed journals such as Intelligence and the Journal of Counseling Psychology, as well as other professional and popular flexwork publications. Recently, Jennifer has investigated the topics of measuring telework ROI, assessing the impact of telework on dependent care, and evaluating the effectiveness of formal vs. informal telework programs.