Meredith Turner / Saturday, April 1, 2017 / Categories: 544 Membership Milestones Jayne Tegge, Stephany Below, and Clif Boutelle Membership Milestones is devoted to welcoming the newest SIOP members and recognizing long-time members. Each column will list the professional SIOP members who have joined the Society since the previous issue as well as recognize members who have recently upgraded their membership. We will also recognize the newest additions to SIOP’s Sterling Circle. Click the links below to go directly to a list or continue reading to learn more about the new SIOP Sterling Circle! New Sterling Circle Members New SIOP Members/Upgrading Members SIOP Initiates Sterling Circle to Recognize Long-Time Members Members are the heart and soul of SIOP and are greatly appreciated for their interest and contributions. Many members—nearly 800—have been with the Society for 25 years or more. To recognize the contributions and loyalty of these dedicated members, SIOP has developed a new initiative called the Sterling Circle. Sterling Circle members will be honored in several ways and can be identified at SIOP events with a special ribbon on their badges. Learn more about the Sterling Circle here! Following is a list of SIOP’s newest Sterling Circle Members*: H. Ted Ballard Winston Bennett Rabi Bhagat Steven Billings Jeanne Brett James Caplan Gabriel Cirino-Gerena Marnie Crawford Miriam Erez Martin Evans Jeffrey Facteau Martin Greller Sigrid Gustafson Theodore Hayes James Herndon Sylvia Joure Bruce Moore Kevin Nilan Caroline Pike Christopher Rotolo Gerry Stern Thomas Tyler Sterling Circle Speaks Leslie Joyce, EVP and Chief People Officer, Exide Technologies Membership in SIOP has been the cornerstone of my career. It has served as my academic touchstone and my primary professional network. The annual meeting is an opportunity to dive deep in to the topics that matter to me and to touch base with colleagues I only see once in a while. As a young practitioner it is where I got the assignments that kicked off a terrific career (Thanks to Lance Seberhegen and Pat Hauenstein!). As my career progressed, I got to hire some outstanding interns who have turned into great practitioners (Joanne McInnerney, Rob Edwards among others) and made life-long friends like Paul Thayer. SIOP has served as the foundation of a very rewarding career and I appreciate that. Caroline L. Pike, PhD, Organizational Psychologist I was encouraged to join SIOP as a graduate student member in 1988--since then, I have worked as a researcher, consultant/practitioner, and executive/administrator in different types of industries and organizations. SIOP has been an integral part of my career journey. I appreciate that SIOP provides links to relevant research and other professional resources, and serves as a compass for professional/ethical issues and standards of practice. The opportunity to interact with like-minded people who "speak my language" at conferences and events is very rewarding. Most importantly, though, I am personally inspired by the accomplished, dedicated, and fun-loving people who are generally willing to help and support their colleagues, and I appreciate the deep friendships that have grown out of professional collaborations over the years. Mike Aamodt, Principal Consultant, DCI Consulting Group, Inc. I have been a SIOP member for over 30 years and my career has been greatly enhanced by the knowledge shared by my SIOP colleagues. Perhaps my favorite thing about SIOP is attending the annual conference where I am quickly reminded how many damn smart people there are in our field. Just when you think you have hit a point in your career where you “have arrived”, you run into a doctoral student using statistical terms you never heard of, a masters-level practitioner applying I-O psychology in ways you never imagined, or a professor elegantly explaining a theory that you have mangled for years. No wonder the conference has so many happy hours. Nancy Stone,Professor, Missouri University of Science & Technology My SIOP membership has allowed me to remain informed about best practices for teaching I-O psychology, to develop networks that have led to long-term friendships, and to benefit from the wonderful support of my I-O colleagues. As one who spent many of my academic years teaching in an undergraduate program, I found the teaching networks helpful. In addition, my SIOP membership was critical in staying informed about current issues outside my own research areas and getting involved with SIOP committees. In turn, these valuable resources assisted in developing a master’s program in I-O. Given the dynamic nature of our work, these resources are invaluable. I continue to meet new people and receive input and guidance from my SIOP colleagues. Finally, SIOP now allows me to give back and help develop the next generation of I-O psychologists by serving as an Ambassador at the annual SIOP conference. New Members The life blood of any organization lies in attracting new members who bring a special enthusiasm and interest. Membership in SIOP is growing, and we take great pleasure in welcoming our newest members. They comprise a wonderful mix of former Student Affiliates upgrading to full membership and professionals, including those who previously were Associate members and International Affiliates. SIOP looks forward to these new members’ participation on committees and conferences as they experience the value of membership in the premier organization for industrial and organizational psychologists. Following is a list of SIOP’s newest members*: Nataliya Adelson Reece Akhtar Tanya Andrews Nikita Arun Bill Baetz Lauren Barbato Jeremy Bernerth Loren Boykoff Katie Brandt Michelle Brookens Eric Brouillette Rebecca Buckner Kristin Buechel Gary Burkholder Jonathan Burlison John Capman Alison Carr Jenna Case-Lee Richard Chambers Xinxuan Che Vinnie Chi Jaime Colon-Basora Kellie Conn Sean Crawford Elizabeth Crider Elizabeth Culhane Marie De Beer LeAnn DeHoff Courtney Deyulio Toni Dilley Nicole Dillner Megan Dudley Tori Ellis Grace Endres Ray Enge Pat Engelhardt Fernando Florez Christina Foster Sarah Freed Rebecca Frizzell Jennifer Garrow Eric Garvey Brett Gatesman Scott Gebhardt Matthew Glueckert Aurélie Graz Jessica Haig Greg Hammond Mary Margaret Harris Pam Haws Ryan Heinl Hannah Helfrich Charles Hill Jodi Himelright Hung Hoang Camille Holt Morgan Hopkins Jialin Huang Whitney Huskey Sarah Iman Cassondra Inosencio Artyom Ivakh Tim Jackson Suzanne Jafferian Veronica Jenssen Elizabeth Johnston Sneh Kadakia Abhinaya Kattuputhur Rangarajan Samuel Kennedy Kaitlin Kiburz Breanne Kindel Courtney King David Koch Michal Kosinski Megan Krueger John LaBianca Traci Lamb Regan Last Amy Lavoie Christine Lawrence Lindsey Lee Anurakthi Levesque Liwen Liu Ella Lombardic Charla Long Kendra Lyons Tiffany Malloy John Mattscheck Anna McFadden Shane McFeely Bridget McHugh Kelly McIntyre Derek McMullen Theresa McNelly Beth Melillo Ines Meyer Michael Millard Matthew Milunski Mark Mincy Robert Minjock Todd Murphy Steve Neumann Jenna Neyman Daniel Neyman Laura Olean Guven Ordun Leah Palmer Johnny Parker William Pasmore Ted Paterson Vera Payne Jessica Payne Cherie Pellebon Rebecca Pepper Todd Pfenninger Chrystal Pitts Steven Ramirez Angela Reaves-Harari Andrew Ritcheson Emalynn Robinson Ileana Roiz-Felipe Susan Rosengarten Adriane Sanders Mary Sandin Amanda Saurin Lee Schatsiek Sandra Schneider Jerry Seibert Adam Shoemaker Buan Sim Carolyn Sklar Perla Slutzky Jae Song Kelly Sorensen Emily Spicer Jessica Stahl Alina Stamate Elizabeth Steinhauser Katelyn Stiller Catherine St-Sauveur Tieranee Sturdivant Mary Margaret Sudduth Amanda Suppanich Sarah Sweitzer Chi Man Tang Rachel Tenenbaum Omar Tezel Jared Todisco John Turner Dina Van Dijk Carine Van Enoo Peter Vlerick Melissa Warner Meghan Watkins Jennifer Weinberg Dianne Weinstein Ben Wigert Katherine Williamson Elliot Wood Maira Wright Xiangfan Wu New “Associate Path to Membership” Members** Sara Henrysson Eidvall Jerry Seibert Emily Spicer *List compiled from December 1, 2016 to Feb. 28, 2017 **List compiled from December 1, 2016 to Feb. 28, 2017 Print 1757 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.