Self-Assessment Group

The Self-Assessment Group will review current AIS incentive and accountability processes and create a self-assessment framework, inspired by the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s SEA Change framework that assesses educational institutions’ efforts in equity, diversity and inclusion. This group will review AIS processes and craft a relevant self-assessment, including development of new best practices and recognition metrics for AIS communities.

Michelle Carter, Ph.D., Self-Assessment Group Chair, ImPACT IT Core Team, AIS Region 1, Associate Professor, Management, Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship, Carson College of Business, Washington State University

Maud Ashong Elliot, Ph.D. Candidate, AIS Region 2, Treasurer AIS Women’s Network, Lecturer, University of Professional Studies, Accra, Ghana


Maric Boudreau, Ph.D., AIS Region 1, Department Head & Associate Professor, Department of Management Information Systems, Terry School of Business, University of Georgia

Jim Denford, Ph.D., AIS Academic Leadership College Chair, AIS Region 1, Associate Professor, Department of Management, Royal Military College of Canada


Alan Dennis, Ph.D., ImPACT IT Advisory Board, Past AIS President, AIS Region 1, Professor of Information Systems & John T. Chambers Chair of Internet Systems, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

Elizabeth Long Lingo, Ph.D., ImPACT IT Co-Principal Investigator, Assistant Professor, Foisie Business School, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Eleanor Loiacono. Ph.D., ImPACT IT Principal Investigator, AIS Associate Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, AIS Region 1, Associate Professor, Business Analytics, Raymond A. Mason School of Business, College of William & Mary

Matt Nelson, Ph.D., AIS Associate Executive Director



Suprateek Sarker, Ph.D., AIS President-Elect, AIS Region 1, Rolls-Royce Commonwealth Commerce Professor, McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia

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Lena Waizenegger, Ph.D., AIS Region 3, Senior Lecturer, Business Information Systems, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

Sam Zaza, Ph.D., AIS Region 1, Assistant Professor, Department of Information Systems and Analytics, Middle Tennessee State University