Corinne Kelley is a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate at Florida State University, originally from Anchorage, Alaska. Corinne earned her B.A. in Communications and Advertising at FSU.
Corinne’s research interests include social influence, prosocial behavior, services, retailing, and organizational frontlines, sensory marketing, consumer perceptions of status, and food consumption, preferences, and perceptions. She has presented her research at the Association for Consumer Research Conference, the American Marketing Association Conference, the Marketing and Public Policy Conference, and the Organizational Frontlines Research Symposium.
Corinne has won several awards for her research, including a 2017 ACR/Sheth Foundation Dissertation Award, a 2017 Organizational Frontlines Research Symposium: Young Scholar Research Award, a 2017 ACR Transformative Consumer Research Grant, a 2017 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award, a 2018 Brenda Derby Memorial Award: Best Student Paper, and a 2018 William O. Bearden Doctoral Student Research Award.
In 2017, Corinne was a visiting scholar at Karlstad University, Sweden where she supported the development and implementation of an eye-tracking based lab experiment. Additionally, she has served as behavioral lab manager for the face-to-face and online student subject pools at Florida State University.
Prior to starting the doctoral program, Corinne worked full time as an HR and Financial Representative at FSU. She is an avid bowler and as an undergraduate competed intercollegiately for four years on the women’s bowling team at FSU.