2021 SIOP Masters Consortium

Thank you for considering the 2021 SIOP Virtual Masters Consortium as part of your SIOP Annual Conference experience. We are looking forward to connecting with you.

The Master’s Consortium is a development and networking event that includes a diverse set of I-O professionals who offer unique perspectives on the opportunities and challenges faced by I-O practitioners today. Speakers will focus on the key developmental experiences that can lay the groundwork for a successful career in Industrial and Organizational Psychology with a Master’s degree.  

The program includes formal presentations by I-O practitioners, social networking, and short development activities. Below is the schedule of events.


Session 1: Friday, March 19 

1:00-1:35 pm CT Data Visualization/Data Analytics Forum. Presented by Chris Rosett, Comcast

1:35-2:00 pm CT Augmented Break: SIOP Career Center*. Presented by Amber Burkhart, Hogan Assessments

2:00-3:00 pm CT The Human Side of I-O Psychology: HR Business Partner. Presented by Tyra Gray, Samsung 


Session 2: Wednesday, March 24 

1:00-1:35 pm CT Speed Networking in facilitated breakout rooms

1:35-1:55 pm CT Augmented Break: Getting Involved with SIOP*. Information Display 

1:55-2:55 pm CT Public Sector Journey as an I-O Psychologist. Presented by Destiny Mercado, FEMA


Session 3: Wednesday, March 31 

1:00-2:00 pm CT Mastering the Assessment-Realm: Early Career Insights. Presented by Cody Warren, Hogan Assessments

2:00-2:15 pm CT Augmented Break: I-O Career Tracks*. Information Display

2:15-3:15 pm CT Lost in Translation: How to Communicate with a Non-I-O Audience. Presented by Rachel Reichman, Google.


Session 4: Friday, April 2 

1:00-1:35 pm CT Structured Interviews Activity. Presented by Matisha Montgomery, HUD

1:35-1:55 pm CT Augmented Break: Salary Negotiation*. Information Display

1:55-2:55 pm CT Thinking Like an External Consultant: How an I-O Psychologist Can Help You! Presented by Dalyn Allen, DCI


*Augmented Breaks are a time for attendees to disconnect and recharge while still being able to engage with valuable content presented casually.


This event may be recorded for later on-demand access by paid consortium registrants only for a limited time. Registrants acknowledge and consent to their name, image, voice, and other representation potentially being included in such recordings that will be available to their co-attendees.


Questions? Contact Matisha Montgomery ( or Christopher Rosett ( for additional information. 

 *Names in bold are SIOP members.