Faculty Directors

Matthew Bidwell
Associate Professor of Management

Angela Duckworth
Christopher H. Browne
Distinguished Professor of Psychology

Adam Grant
The Saul P. Steinberg Professor of Management
Professor of Management
Professor of Psychology


Michelle Abramov
Communications and Administrative Coordinator

Reb Rebele
Senior Research Fellow

Kristen Warnquist
Associate Director of Data Operations

Michelle Young
Director of Sports Initiatives and Student Engagement

Affiliated Faculty

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Wharton People Analytics Conference

For questions about the Wharton People Analytics Conference, contact our Conference Chair at

Research Opportunities

To explore partnering with Wharton People Analytics on research, contact our Research Director, Gloria Park, at

Student Opportunities

For opportunities with the Applied Insights Team, contact our Executive Director, Laura Zarrow, at

For more on the Wharton Analytics Fellows, visit Wharton Analytics Fellows.

For all other student opportunities, contact our Director of Sports Initiatives and Student Engagement, at


For students seeking Wharton internships, visit MBA Career Management.


For People Analytics employment, visit Careers@Penn.

General Questions

For general questions, contact our Executive Director, Laura Zarrow, at

Faculty Snapshot

Q&A with Wharton Professor Cade Massey

From Moneyball to people analytics, Cade Massey focuses on how evidence-based decision making can help people and organizations thrive. A long-time professor in Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives, Cade Massey has won multiple teaching awards for his courses on Negotiation and Influence. He also is the co-director of Wharton People Analytics and co-creator of the Wharton’s People Analytics Conference, which focuses on evidence-based decision making to help people and organizations thrive.

He’s also the co-host of “Wharton Moneyball” on SiriusXM Wharton Business Radio (Channel 111) and co-creator of the wildly popular Massey-Peabody NFL Power Rankings, which appear in the Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. Drawing on experimental and real-world data on topics like 401K savings, the NFL draft, and graduate school admissions, Cade’s research focuses on judgment under uncertainty – how and how well people predict what will happen in the future.

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