Volunteers

Current Volunteers

Doctoral Student Corner Co-Chair (AMCIS & ICIS 2021)

Carol Lee
,
University of Massachusetts, Boston
carol.lee002@umb.edu

Carol is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Information Systems for Data Science Program at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She is also a part-time lecturer at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University. Her current research interests include business analytics, data quality, decision models, and their impact on organizations and society. She has presented research at ICIS, AMCIS, ECIS, AOM, and ICIQ. Before working in academia, Carol was an Assistant Vice President at Citigroup. She has consulted for various startups and early-stage companies in the Boston area.



Website & Social Media Coordinator

Saima Qutab,

The University of Auckland, New Zealand
s.qutab@auckland.ac.nz

Saima is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her research focuses on IS ecosystems, shared economy, crowdsourcing, crowdfunding, online communities, digital inclusion, and information systems for the social sector. She has presented her research at ECIS, ICIS and HICSS. She is also lecturing Digital Innovations, Information System Research and Management of Information Systems courses. Before starting Ph.D., she served at various academic and industry positions in Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.

Get Involved
One of the key pillars of academic life is service. Below are some excellent opportunities to get engaged with the Doctoral Student College while building your service profile.

If you would like to get involved but are not sure how, please feel free to Contact Us to discuss your interests and how they might align with our current needs. Following positions are open.
Doctoral Student Corner Co-Chair
You and your co-chairs will be responsible for executing the Doctoral Student Corner at AMCIS 2022: Minneapolis - (August 11-13, 2022) and ICIS 2022: Copenhagen, Denmark - (December 11-14, 2022). This is a great opportunity to network with fellow students and experienced scholars!
 
Regional Facilitators You will be responsible for helping us to connect with and supporting our initiatives within your geographical location or regional chapter.