Dr. Jennifer S. Linvill is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Technology Leadership & Innovation at Purdue University. Her research examines organizational communication, particularly in the contexts of destructive workplace behaviors, leadership, teams, and workforce development. Notably, Dr. Linvill is a Co-Principal Investigator on the SCalable Asymmetric Lifestyle Engagement (SCALE) production proposal, funded by the Department of Defense, with colleagues in Purdue’s College of Engineering. The project focuses on developing a scalable and sustainable workforce development program for microelectronics that will serve as a model for other workforce development efforts (i.e., artificial intelligence, hypersonics). In this role, she examines organizational and leadership issues that span across an ecosystem of partners within the following areas: defense, government, industry, community colleges, and universities. Dr. Linvill also serves as the Principal Investigator on a multi-study, mixed methods research project examining how individuals in organizations communicate with others when their values and beliefs do not align those of the organization. Finally, she serves as the PI for a study that is exploring stories of leadership during times of complexity and how individuals’ experiences might serve as an opportunity to reflect on leadership experiences, processes, and practices. Dr. Linvill’s research is strategically designed to address organizational challenges and create novel solutions to those challenges. Her work has been presented at national and international conferences and has been published in The Routledge Handbook of Communication and Bullying and in Communication, relationships, and practices in virtual work (IGI Global). Dr. Linvill applies an organizational communication lens to her classes on Business Principles, Ethics, Negotiation and Decision Making, Organizational Behavior, and Organizational Leadership, and to Awareness Trainings related to destructive workplace behaviors presented at local high schools. Dr. Linvill is a Member of the Advisory Committee on Equity for the Office of the Vice President for Ethics and Compliance at Purdue University. She has also served as a Mentor for the USAID Liberia Strategic Analysis Program, mentoring an early-career Liberian woman on leadership and communication skills, professional development, and networking. She has served as the Administrator of the Purdue University Institutional Review Board. Dr. Linvill is the recipient of multiple awards, including Purdue University's College of Liberal Arts Distinguished Master's Thesis Award (2009), and Purdue University's Above and Beyond Award (2016).