Mason Ameri, PhD, studies disability employment and has developed evidence-based solutions to improve the inclusion of people with disabilities in organizations and society. He has published widely in high-impact journals and popular press, including several New York Times features and exclusives. His talks at TEDx, the World Bank Group, and other platforms have driven discussions on promoting accessibility. He has consulted with various public and private entities on policy reform, such as the US Election Assistance Commission. He has helped secure over $11 million in grants to operate a wave of innovative disability research from NSF, MIT, HHS, and EAC. Mason has received several noteworthy recognitions, including The Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching, The Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching Innovations, and Poets&Quants Best 40 Under 40 MBA Professors.
Poets&Quants Best 40 Under 40 MBA Professors; Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching; Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching Innovations; Dean’s Meritorious Service Award; Dean’s Meritorious Teaching Award at Rutgers Business School; Excellence in Scholarly Contributions Award at Rutgers Business School