Andrie completed her PhD in Management and Leadership at Cranfield University in 2019 on the role of flexible working in women managers' career sustainability, incorporating the influence and interaction of national, organizational, and family contexts. Her overarching research interests are how to improve gender diversity in leadership positions and women’s career sustainability over the life course. She is a member of Cranfield’s Leadership and Inclusion Centre.
Since 2018, Andrie serves as a Co-Chair for the Gender in Management Track of the British Academy of Management conference.
For the last five years, she has been lecturing on Human Resources Management, Organizational Behaviour and Management at the School of Economics and Management of the University of Cyprus, at both graduate and undergraduate level.
Before joining academia, Andrie held a number of senior human resource management roles in Europe and the Middle East. She brings over 20 years of experience in human resources management in several countries in Europe and the Middle East.
Prior to completing her PhD at Cranfield University School of Management, Andrie earned an MBA and a BSc. Degree from Indiana University in Bloomington, USA.
Articles In Journals
- Michaelides A & Anderson D. (2020) Egalitarian Parental Context: Understanding Swedish Women Managers' Flexible And Sustainable Careers. In: BAM Conference, Manchester, 2-4 September 2020.