Dr. Thompson is a business psychologist who is devoted to uniting consulting and teaching. Her areas of practice are employee selection, talent management, program assessment, employee engagement, surveys, as well as statistical consultation to a wide variety of applications. She has been with the Chicago School since 2002 and was formerly involved in higher education administration at the Chicago School, specializing in student learning and assessment. She has given presentations and authored publications on subjects that include use of technology in student assessment, affirmative action, stereotypes, student learning and assessment as well as failure in the workplace. Dr. Thompson's prior teaching experience includes Northwestern University, Illinois Institute of Technology, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago State University, and the University of Memphis. She previously worked for Organizational Effectiveness Consultants, United Airlines, Microsoft, MICA and American Academy of Pediatrics. This work included development and validation of selection systems, 360-degree feedback, survey design and implementation, assessment centers, research and adverse impact analysis. Her current consulting work focuses on employee engagement through organizational surveys and analysis, reward and organization structuring for small clinics, strategic planning and statistical consultation around research methodology and data interpretation.