Sarah Reid mixes social and behavioural science with human-centred design to support empirically-grounded and inclusive policy-making, regulation, and operations, at the OSC. She’s especially passionate about women’s inclusion and empowerment at work. In her current role, She’s supporting the OSC to apply principles of social and behavioural science to increase women’s representation on boards and executive officer positions in Ontario.
Sarah has consulted, conducted research, and taught in Canada and the United States on a range of topics, including: organizational behaviour, social stratification, work, family, and health. Her work has been published in journals, such as: Social Science & Medicine, Work and Occupations, and the Journal of Health and Social Behaviour.