Shannon Kerwin

Dr. Shannon Kerwin teaches and conducts research in the areas of organizational behavior and human resource management in sport. Specifically, Dr. Shannon Kerwin has explored the structure of sport organization boards to determine HRM practices that contribute to (and inhibit) gender equity, how personal and organizational values align to enhance important organizational outcomes, and the role of conflict in the effectiveness of volunteer board of directors. Dr. Kerwin is a research affiliate with the e-Alliance Gender+ Equity in Sport Research Hub and the Wasserman Media Group Collective Think Tank.

Hey sport managers and sport management profs: Interested in how to save the life of a national sport organization using strategy and governance? Check out this teaching case in @CSSM_Journal @Human_Kinetics @SportCanada_EN

A pleasure to work with @sarahleberman and @WomenandSportCA on the evaluation of #SameGame. DM if interested in the manuscript.

New book! ‘Routledge Handbook of Sport Fans and Fandom’- explores sport fans and fandom from international and interdisciplinary perspectives, across different sports and communities, examining themes such as performance, identity, media and sport business

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