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Division of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement

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Hazel-Anne M. Johnson-Marcus is the senior director for faculty diversity and inclusion, responsible for leading efforts to build a more inclusive academic community for faculty at Rutgers University–New Brunswick. Dr. Johnson-Marcus is a full teaching professor in the Department of Human Resource Management at the School of Management and Labor Relations where she teaches in the content areas of staffing, diversity and inclusion, and the future of work. A passionate and enthusiastic professor, she strives to engage her students’ critical thinking skills and encourages them to become more socially responsible citizens within their organizations and our broader society.

Dr. Johnson-Marcus's research publications have addressed the topics of emotional labor, emotional intelligence, as well as diversity within mentoring relationships. More recently, her research interests have focused on the well-being of employees, especially those who appear to be neglected or invisible within the literature. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Florida and her master’s and doctoral degrees in industrial-organizational psychology from the University of South Florida.