Rowan is currently a third-year doctoral candidate funded by a National Science Foundation grant focused on the global detection and interdiction of illicit wildlife supply chains. Through her research, she strives to achieve a holistic, transdisciplinary perspective of the motivations and multifaceted impacts of deviant behavior exhibited within illicit and licit supply chains.
Her research interests include illicit supply chains, behavioral operations management, risk management, collaboration, sustainability, and organizational misconduct.
Prior to joining the PhD program at MSU, Rowan graduated from Colorado State University in 2019 with dual B.S. degrees in Supply Chain Management and Industrial/Organizational Psychology