Dr. Anna Kallschmidt is an award-winning Industrial/Organizational Psychologist from Florida International University. She has published in prestigious journals and presented at esteemed conferences. Her contributions to understanding social class dynamics and workplace identities have garnered recognition and have been instrumental in advancing intersectional conversations about workplace culture. She is a thought leader in understanding the “unwritten rules of work” and how they impact marginalized communities within organizations.
In her applied experience, Dr. Kallschmidt has led several teams at public, private, and academic organizations. She leverages her qualitative and quantitative analysis skills to collect organizational data and diagnose organizational needs. Her expertise allows her to take a holistic approach to diagnosing organizational issues throughout the employee life cycle, including job analysis, recruitment, selection, training, and performance evaluation. The results drive real change; for example, her previous work has increased her previous clients' employee retention rates by up to 30%.
Dr. Anna Kallschmidt is a distinguished professional poised to make substantial contributions in creating inclusive and effective learning environments. Her multifaceted expertise, coupled with her commitment to social equity, positions her as an ideal partner in building healthy work cultures
Deloitte | I-O Psychology Community of
Practice Coin of Excellence (2022)
American Psychological Association |
Committee on Socioeconomic Status
Leadership Award (2019)
Project Management Institute | January 2023
Project Management Professional (PMP)
Pixel Leadership Group, LLC | December 2023
Pixel Perspectives + 360 Assessment
Yale University, School of Medicine, OCD Research Lab
The Boys and Girls Club of North Central Florida