Sarbari Bordia is an Associate Professor of Management and Deputy Director (Higher Degree Research) of the Research School of Management. With multi-disciplinary expertise, Sarbari’s research spans management, applied linguistics, international education and qualitative research methodology in the social sciences. Sarbari’s research interest is at the intersection of linguistics and corporate communication, where she studies the role of linguistic identity in international business and migrant workplace contexts. She also conducts research on the internationalization of management education. Sarbari’s research has been supported by schemes including the Australian Research Council’s Discovery Program, which funded her exploration of career persistence from the socio-cognitive and psychological contract perspectives. Her work has been published in leading academic journals including Journal of International Business Studies, Human Relations, Journal of Management, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Journal of Business and Psychology, and Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. Sarbari is the Co-Editor of Journal of International Education in Business. Sarbari is a research affiliate at the Global Institute for Women's Leadership at ANU.