About the Author
Martha E. Reeves teaches in the Markets and Management Studies program at Duke University, where she is a member of the Sociology and of the Women’s Studies departments. Reeves teaches courses on markets, managers and organizations, marketing communication, international business and women in business.
Prior to coming to Duke, Reeves taught in the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia, and was Program Director for the Executive Education Program at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where she was responsible for curriculum design and client management of custom programs and delivery of open enrollment programs. For a decade before becoming an academic, Reeves was a human resource manager in several financial services companies, as well as a consultant on human resource issues to business and government, in both the US and UK.
Reeves’ recent research has focused on the intersection of technology and management, and women's corporate leadership. She is the author of Evaluation of Training (Industrial Society Press), and Suppressed, Forced out and Fired: How Successful Women Lose their Jobs (Quorum Books).