Naomi Ellemers (PhD Groningen, 1987) is Professor of Social Psychology of the Organization at Leiden University and member of the Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). Her research on group processes and intergroup relations addresses a range of topics including the effects of moral norms and social status, diversity in teams and organizations, career development of women and minorities, and motivation and commitment in work teams. She received several awards and honors for her work, including the Kurt Lewin Award from the European Association of Social Psychology, the first KNAW Merian Award for women in science, and the Spinoza Award from the Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO). She is Chair of the board of the national graduate school in social psychology, the Kurt Lewin Institute.
- Women at work: How organizational features impact career development. Policy Insights from Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1, 46-54. (2014)
- The many ways to be marginal in a group. (2013)
- Connecting the dots: Mobilizing theory to reveal the big picture in social psychology (and why we should do this). (2013)
- Morality in groups: On the social-regulatory functions of right and wrong. (2012)
- Women in high places: When and why promoting women into top positions can harm them individually or as a group (and how to prevent this). (2012)
- Je werkt anders dan je denkt (2012)