My Research Works
I am a doctoral student at the University at Buffalo, New York. I am interested in Gender, work, and family research. I am curious about childcare access for professional working class parents.
My master’s thesis explored conversations on the challenges of mothers working in banking and consulting workplaces in Nigeria. I look forward to exploring gender, work, and family issues in the United States and cross-nationally.
I am open to collaborations for co-authoring both academic and non-academic writings.
- Ogundoro, Oluwafisayo, “In Search of Work-Life Balance: Organizational and Economic Challenges Confronting Women in Banking and Management Consulting Firms in Southwest Nigeria” (2019). Electronic Theses and Dissertations.Paper 3674. https://dc.etsu.edu/etd/3674
- Traian, Anca, Foster, Kelly, and Ogundoro Oluwafisayo, “An Investigation on Financial Literacy and the Role of Social Networks on Financial Decisions.”
- October 2018. Civil and Human Rights around the U.S. – Mexico Border. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Program. Tempe, Arizona.
- March 2019. Women, Discrimination, and Work-Life Balance in Nigeria. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Women Studies Association. Oxford, Mississippi.
- October 2019. “Gender Stigma and Work-Life Balance Phenomenon. Presented at Women on Wednesdays. A Monthly Women Studies Department Lecture Series. East Tennessee State University, USA.
- October 2019. “Defying All Odds: The Need for Female Inclusion in STEM Careers.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Program. Washington.
- November 2019. “In Search of Work-Life Balance: Organizational and Economic Challenges Confronting Women in Banking and Management Consulting Firms in Southwest Nigeria.” Presented at the Three Minutes Thesis (3MT) Organized by the school of graduate studies ETSU.