Jessica is a first year graduate student in the I/O Psychology PhD program. She has Masters degrees in I/O-Social Psychology and Project Management (with a focus on Training & Development) from Illinois State University. Prior to that, she received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with Management (Hons.) from Heriot-Watt University in Dubai. Her research interests include training, workplace diversity issues (with respect to gender and ethnic diversity), change management, and organizational development. In her free time, Jessica likes to explore different parts of Chicago – trying out new restaurants and mom-and-pop coffee shops.
Chackoria, J., Ilie, A., Ispas, D., Williams, E., Iliescu, D., & Askew, K. (2018, September). Presenteeism and Employee Wellbeing: Moderating Effect of Proactive Personality. Poster session presented at the 2019 SIOP Annual Meeting, National Harbor, MD
Chackoria, J., Rosenberger, E., and Schneider, K. (2017, November) Emerging Adult Volunteers’ Motives: Links to Engagement, Turnover, Burnout, Productivity, and Work Satisfaction. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Studies of Emerging Adulthood, Washington, DC
Rosenberger, E., Chackoria, J., and Schneider, K. (2017, November) Emerging Adults’ Experiences as Volunteers: Satisfaction, Engagement, and Burnout. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Studies of Emerging Adulthood, Washington, DC
Binning, J., Chackoria, J., & Pfleger, J. (2018, April) Guidelines, Standards, and Principles, Oh My! Clarifying Core Validity Requirements. Poster session presented at the SIOP Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL
Ilie, A., Ispas, D., Morrison, J., Chackoria, J.*, Hume, H.*, & Iliescu, D. (2018, April). Moderators of the Relationship between Perceived Employability and Turnover. Poster session presented at the SIOP Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL
Degarmo Group (July 2017 – August 2019): Talent Assessment Consultant