Mason Ameri, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice and Director of Special Projects at Rutgers Business School. He specializes in the opportunities afforded by the gig economy, as well as in managing diversity through equal access for people with disabilities. His work has been profiled in more than 100 media outlets, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Forbes, The Guardian, NRP, and PBS Newshour. Mason has had the privilege of sharing his research findings at distinguished conferences hosted by The World Bank and TED and has notably advised the House of Representatives’ Committee on Oversight and Reform on matters of equal access. His published pieces can be found in Academy of Management Discoveries, ILR Review, IZA Institute of Labor Economics, and others. He teaches in the areas of management skills, organizational behavior, human resource management, and negotiations. In 2019, Mason earned four prestigious awards for his impactful research, teaching effectiveness, and service at Rutgers University.
Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching at Rutgers University; Dean’s Meritorious Teaching Award at Rutgers Business School; Excellence in Scholarly Contributions Award at Rutgers Business School; Dean’s Service Award at Rutgers Business School