Angelique Slade Shantz is an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management and Organization.
Her research interests broadly focus on the role of business in addressing grand challenges, predominantly occurring at the intersection of entrepreneurship and poverty alleviation. Her current research explores institutional, cultural and cognitive barriers to entrepreneurial activities and workplace motivation in contexts of resource scarcity. Her methodological approach relies heavily on experimental design (in both a lab and field setting) complemented by qualitative data, often in partnership with organizations.
Prior to entering academia, Angelique worked in the field of social entrepreneurship and economic development, both internationally and in the context of Canada’s First Nations. She attended Arizona State University (BA), Duke University (MBA), and York University (PhD).