Communications Committee

Mission & Members

Mission of the Communications Committee

The Communications Committee will foster connections among members of the global work and family research community by developing and implementing a strategic communication plan across a variety of platforms, including the use of social media. The committee will ensure high-quality, comprehensive and timely communication with and among the membership, accomplished in conjunction with the Committee to Connect Research, Policy, and Practice.



  • Mary Hunt,, iilinois Institute of Technology


  • Michelle Artibee,, Cornell University, US
  • Annis Golden,, University of Albany, State University of New York, US
  • Kathryn Fonner,, Oregon Health & Science University, US
  • Kendra Knight,, DePaul University, US
  • Caryn Medved,, Baruch College, US
  • Claartje ter Hoeven,, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Cathleen Swody,, Thrive Leadership, US
  • Agnes Uhereczky,, Work-Life HUB, Belgium
  • Zoltan Vadkerti,, Work-Life HUB, Belgium