Curriculum Vitae Debra J. Mesch, Ph.D

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Curriculum Vitae Debra J. Mesch, Ph.D. CONTACT INFORMATION Professor Debra J. Mesch School of Public and Environmental Affairs Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis 801 W. Michigan St. Indianapolis, IN 46202-5152 317-274-8635 [email protected] EDUCATION Ph.D. Organizational Behavior/Human Resource Management Indiana University Bloomington Kelley School of Business Master of Business Administration Indiana University Bloomington Kelley School of Business Master of Science Vanderbilt University Bachelor of Science University of Cincinnati ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Professor 2008 Associate Professor 1997-2008 Assistant Professor 1992-1996 School of Public and Environmental Affairs Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Assistant Professor College of Business Administration Northeastern University 1990-1992 Associate Instructor Kelley School of Business Indiana University 1985-1990 Assistant Professor of Education, 1977-1983 Clinical Associate Professor of Education, 1984-1985 Director of the Secondary School Teacher Training Program, 1981-1985 Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts 1977-1985

PUBLICATIONS Referred Publications Brown, E., Mesch, Debra J., Hayat, A. (to be submitted). Gender Differences in Charitable Giving by Boomer and Older Americans. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. Kou, X., Hayat, A., Mesch, Debra J., Osili, U. (Revise and resubmit). The Global Dynamics of Gender and Philanthropy: A Study of Charitable Giving by Lions Clubs International Members. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. Mesch, Debra J., Brown, M., Moore, Z. & Hayat, A. 2011. Gender differences in charitable giving. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 16 (4), 291-297. Mesch, Debra J., Moore, Z., & Wilhelm, M.O. (2010). Does Jewish philanthropy differ by sex and type of giving? NASHIM: A Journal of Jewish Women’s Studies and Gender Issues, Fall (20), 80-96. Mesch, Debra J. (2010). Management of Human Resources in 2020: The Outlook for Nonprofit Organizations. Public Administration Review, 70, Supplement 1, S173-174. Mesch, Debra J. & Rooney, P.M. (2008). Determinants of compensation: A study of pay, performance, and gender differences for fundraising professionals. Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 18 (4), 435462. Rooney, P.M., Brown, E. & Mesch, Debra J. (2007). Who decides in giving to education? A study of charitable giving by married couples. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 7 (3), 229-242. Mesch, Debra .J., Rooney, P.M., Steinberg, K., & Denton, B. (2006). The Effects of Race, Gender, and Marital Status on Giving and Volunteering in Indiana. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 35, 565587. Perry, J.L., Mesch, D.J. & Paarlberg, L. (2006). Motivating employees in a new governance era: The performance paradigm revisited. Public Administration Review, 66, 505-514. Rooney, P.M., Mesch, D.J., Chin, W., & Steinberg, K. (2005). The effects of race, gender, and survey methodology on giving in the U.S. Economics Letters, 86, 173-180. Mesch, Debra J., Rooney, P.M. Chin, W., Steinberg, K. (2002). Race and gender differences in philanthropy: Indiana as a test case. Fundraising in diverse cultural and giving environments (Special issue, R.E. Fogal, Ed.). New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising, 37, pg. 65-77. Tschirhart, M., Mesch, Debra J., Perry, J.L., Miller, T.K. & Lee, G. (2001). Stipended volunteers: Their goals, experience, satisfaction, and likelihood of future service. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 30, 422-443. Bingham, L. & Mesch, Debra J., (2000). Decision-making in employment and labor arbitration. Industrial Relations, 39, 671-694.

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Perry, J.L., Thomson, A., Tschirhart, M., Mesch, Debra J., Lee, G. (1999). Inside a Swiss-army knife: An assessment of AmeriCorps. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 9, 225-250. Mesch, Debra J, McGrew, J, Pescosolido, B, Haugh, D. (1999). The effects of hospital closure on mental health workers: An overview of employment, mental and physical health, and attitudinal outcomes. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 26, 305-317. Mesch, Debra J., Tschirhart, M., Perry, J.L. Lee, G. (1998). Altruists or egoists; Retention in stipended service. Nonprofit Management & Leadership, 9, 3-21. Dalton, D.R., Mesch, Debra J., Owen, C.L. Todor, W.D. (1997). The 'Iron law of paternalism' in employee grievances and arbitration? A comparison of disciplinary and non-disciplinary cases. The Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 10, 291-305. Mesch, Debra J. & Kaufmann, O. (1996). Arbitration in practice: A profile of public sector arbitration cases. Public Personnel Management, 25, 119-132. Shin, R. & Mesch, Debra J. (1996). The changing workforce: Issues and challenges. International Journal of Public Administration, 19, 291-298. Dalton, D.R., Mesch, Debra J., Owen, C.L. & Todor, W.E. (1995). The Iron law of paternalism in organizational justice outcomes: Two field assessments. Labor Law Journal, 46, 669-677. Mesch, Debra J. (1995). Grievance arbitration in the public sector: A conceptual framework and empirical analysis of public and private sector arbitration cases. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 15, 2236. Mesch, Debra J., Perry, J.L., & Wise, L.R. (1995). Bureaucratic and strategic human resource management: An empirical comparison in the federal government. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 5, 385-402. Mesch, Debra J. (1995). Arbitration and gender: An analysis of cases taken to arbitration in the public sector. Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector, 24:207-218. Mesch, Debra J. (1994). A union-management cooperative program gone wrong: Some unintended consequences of a fact-finding program. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 30: 43-62. Mesch Debra J., Farh, J.L. & Podsakoff, P.M. (1994). Effects of feedback sign on group goal setting, strategies, and performance. Group and Organization Management, 19: 309-333. Mesch, Debra J., Harris, M.M. & Williams, M.L. (1994). Debating: Managerial skills building through contest. Journal of Management Education, 18: 258-264. Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1992). Workplace justice outcomes: Arbitration "In the name of the Union." The International Journal of Conflict Management, 3: 31-43. Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1992). Unexpected consequences of improving workplace justice: A sixyear time series assessment. Academy of Management Journal, 35: 1099-1114. 3

Dalton, D.R. & Mesch, Debra, J. (1992). Unintended consequences of flexible scheduling: A Union/management cooperative program gone wrong. Labor Studies Journal, 17: 3-17. Dalton, D.R. & Mesch, Debra J. (1992). The Impact of employee initiated transfer on absenteeism: A fouryear cohort assessment. Human Relations, 45: 291-304. Dalton, D.R. & Mesch, Debra J. (1991). On the extent and reduction of avoidable absenteeism: An assessment of absence policy provisions. Journal of Applied Psychology, 76: 812-817. Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1991). Workplace justice outcomes `In the name of the union': A field assessment. The International Journal of Conflict Management, 2: 45-54. Mesch, Debra J. (1991). The jigsaw technique: A way to establish individual accountability in group work. Journal of Management Education, 15: 355-358. Niehoff, B. & Mesch, Debra J. (1991). Effects of reward structures on academic performance and group process behavior in a business school setting. Journal of Psychology, 125: 457-467. Dalton, D.R. & Mesch, Debra J. (1990). The impact of flexible scheduling on employee attendance and turnover. Administrative Science Quarterly, 35: 370-387. Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1989). Gender context in dispute resolution: A field assessment. Journal of Social Psychology, 129: 699-703. Mesch, Debra J., Johnson, D.W. & Johnson, R.T. (1988). Impact of positive interdependence and academic group contingencies on achievement. Journal of Social Psychology, 128: 345-352. Mesch, Debra J., Lew, M., Johnson, D.W. & Johnson, R.T. (1986). Isolated teenagers, cooperative learning, and the training of social skills. Journal of Psychology, 120: 323-334. Lew, M., Mesch, Debra J., Johnson, D.W. & Johnson, R.T. (1986). Components of cooperative learning: Effects of collaborative skills and academic group contingencies on achievement and mainstreaming. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 11: 229-239. Lew, M., Mesch, Debra J., Johnson, D.W. & Johnson, R.T. (1986). Positive interdependence, academic and collaborative-skills group contingencies, and isolated students. American Educational Research Journal, 23: 476-488. Lew, M. Mesch, Debra J. & Lates, B.J. (1982). The Simmons College generic consulting teacher training program: A program description and data-based application. Teacher Education and Special Education, 5: 11-16. Book Chapters Mesch, Debra J. & Pactor. A. (Revise and Resubmit). Women and Philanthropy. In J. Harrow, T. Jung & S. Phillips The Routledge Companion to Philanthropy. Oxford, England: Routledge. Mesch, Debra J. & Pactor, A. (In Press). Donor Education and Women’s Philanthropy. In M. Minter & T. Jackson (Eds). Educating Donors. Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). 4

Mesch, Debra J. & Pactor, A. (2011). Women as Donors. In E. Tempel, T. Seiler, & E. Aldrich, Achieving Excellence in Fundraising, 3rd edition, pp. 162-171. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Mesch, Debra J. & Pactor, A. (2010). Gender Matters: Women Transforming Philanthropy. In K. Agard (Ed.), Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations: A Reference Handbook Volume I, pp. 233-241. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Mesch, Debra J. & Pactor, A. (2010). Women and Philanthropy. In A. Sargeant, J. Shang & Associates, Fundraising Principles and Practice, pp 540-559. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Mesch, Debra J. & McClelland, J. (2006). Managing for performance and integrity. In D. R. Young (Ed.) Wise Decision-making in Uncertain Times: Using Nonprofit Resources Effectively, pp. 33-54. NY, NY: Foundation Center. Perry, J.L. & Mesch, Debra J. (1997). Strategic human resource management. In C. Ban and N.M. Riccucci (Eds.), Public personnel management: Current concerns, future challenges (2nd ed.). (pp. 21-34 Longman: New York. Chertkoff, J. & Mesch, Debra J. (1997). Performance under different contingent reward systems: A reconceptualization of the cooperative-competitive-individualistic literature. In B. Markovsky, M. Lovaglia & L. Troyer (Eds.), Advances in Group Processes, Vol. 14 (pp. 1-27). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. Pescosolido, B.A. Wright, E.W. McGrew, J., Mesch, Debra J., Hohmann, A., Sullivan, P., Haugh, D., DeLiberty, R. & McDonel, E.C. (1997). The human and organizational markers of health system change: Framing studies of hospital downsizing and closure. In J. Kronenfeld (Ed.), Research in the Sociology of Health Care, Vol. 14 (pp. 69-95). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. Other Publications (non peer-reviewed professional journals, technical reports, media, and/or web) Mesch, Debra J., Hayat, A., Osili, U. (2012). Women Give 2012. http://www.philanthropy.iupui.edu/files/research/womengive2012forrelease.pdf Osili, U., Mesch, Debra J., Hirt, D., Kou, X. (2012). Serving, Giving, and Leading in the United States: Gender and Philanthropic Commitment in Lions Clubs International. Researched and written by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University Sponsored by Lions Clubs International and CCS. Osili, U., Mesch, Debra J., Hirt, D., Kou, X. (2012). Serving, giving, and Leading Globally: Philanthropic commitment in Lions Clubs Internationally. Researched and written by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University Sponsored by Lions Clubs International and CCS. Osili, U., Mesch, Debra J., Bhakta, R., & Raghavah (2011). The 2011 Study of High Net Worth Women's Philanthropy and the Impact of Women's Giving Networks. Sponsored by Bank of American Merrill Lynch. Mesch, Debra J. and Osili, U. (2010). Women Give 2010. http://www.philanthropy.iupui.edu/womengive/

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Mesch, Debra J. (2009). Women and Philanthropy: A Literature Review. At http://www.philanthropy.iupui.edu/womensphilanthropyinstitute/Research/ Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1992). Arbitration in practice: Win, lose, or draw? The Human Resources Professional, 4: 37-41. Dalton, D.R. & Mesch, Debra J. (1988). On the value of systematic relationships: Thank goodness no one is listening? Industrial/ Organizational Psychologist, 26: 27-31. Translation of Research into Practice The Power of Women’s Giving (2011). Philanthropy Matters, 19 (1). Gender Matters (2010) Philanthropy Matters, 18 (2). Changing the World of Women’s Giving (2010). Philanthropy Matters, 18 (2). He Gives, She Gives: But do they do it differently? (2008). Philanthropy Matters, 16, (2), 13-14. Leading the way: How much do couples give to education? (2008). Philanthropy Matters, 16, (1), 9-10. Better performance and better pay (2007). Philanthropy Matters, 15, (2), 9-11. PAPER PRESENTATIONS AT ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES Mesch, Debra J. (November, 2012). Gender and Charitable Giving: The Power of Women’s Philanthropy. Panel presentation at ARNOVA National conference, Indianapolis, IN.  Gender Differences in Giving Motives: The Dutch Case (A. de Wit and R. Bekkers)  The Context of giving: the relationship between Social Context and Gender Differences in Charitable Giving (P. Wiepking, and C. Einolf)  The Effects of Gender and Generation on Charitable Giving (D. Mesch, A. Hayat, U. Osili) Mesch, Debra J., Osili, U., Hayat, A. & Kou, X. (July, 2012). The effects of gender, education, and trust on volunteering: A case study of Lions Clubs International across 14 countries. Presentation at the International Society of Third Sector Research, Siena, Italy. Mesch, Debra J. (October, 2012). Optimizing Your Donor Base: The Power of Women’s Philanthropy Programs. Presentations at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)/WPI conference, Washington, DC. Mesch, Debra J. (February, 2012). Research presentation on Lions Clubs International at Hong Kong University. Mesch, Debra J. (February 2012). Women and philanthropy: An untapped resource. Presentation at Sun Yat-sen University, China. Mesch, Debra J. (2011). The Diversity of Women’s Philanthropy. Panel presentation at ARNOVA National conference, Toronto, Canada.  Charitable Giving by Older Women: Is There a “Bag Lady Syndrome?” (E. Brown, D. Mesch, & A. Hayat)  The Global Dynamics of Gender and Giving: A Study of Giving and Volunteering by Lions Clubs International Members in 14 Countries (U. Osili, D. Mesch, X. Kou, A. Hayat),  Are Women Still Giving More Time To Philanthropic Causes than Men? (L.Gee)  Gender Differences in Reputation Concerns: A Field Experiment in Volunteering (S. Linardi & D. Jones). 6

Mesch, Debra J., (2011). Women Give 2010: Research Findings and Practical Application by Lions Clubs International. Women World Wide: Leading Through Philanthropy, Center on Philanthropy Symposium, Chicago, IL. Mesch, Debra J. (2011). Perception and Reality: How Research Findings Counter Conventional Wisdom About Women’s Philanthropy. Keynote presentation at CASE VII, Los Angeles, CA. Mesch, Debra J. (2011). Who Decides and Why it Matters: Married Couples and Charitable Decision Making. Presentation at CASE VII, Los Angeles, CA. Mesch, Debra J. (2010). Emergent Issues in Women’s Philanthropy. Panel presentation at ARNOVA National conference, Alexandria, VA.  Cross National Differences in Charitable Giving (P. Wiepking & C. Einolf)  Who Decides Revisited: Household Decision Making and Charitable Giving (E. Brown, D. Mesch, Z. Moore, X. Kou, & S.Kim)  Household Production and Volunteering (E. Brown & Y. Zhang)  Who Gives:? Philanthropic Giving by Women and Men Across Income Levels (D. Mesch & U. Osili) Mesch, Debra J. (2010). Women’s Philanthropy in the United States. Presentation at the International Society for Third Sector Research, Istanbul, Turkey. Mesch, Debra J. (2010). Women and Philanthropy: An Untapped Resource. Presentation at Association of Fundraising Professionals, Baltimore, MD. Mesch, Debra J. (2010). Perception and Reality: How Research Findings Counter Conventional Wisdom about Women and Philanthropy. Presentation at CASE/WPI Conference “Upholding our Half: Making the Case for Women’s Philanthropy,” Chicago, IL. Mesch, Debra J. (2010). Who Decides and Why it Matters: Married Couples and Charitable Decisionmaking. Presentation at CASE V, Chicago IL. Mesch, Debra J. (2009). Does Jewish Philanthropy Differ by Type of Giving and Sex? Presented at Conference at Jewish Women and Philanthropy, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA. Mesch, Debra J. (2009). Issues in Women’s Philanthropy. Panel presentation at ARNOVA National conference, Cleveland, OH.  Gender Differences in Charitable Giving (C. Einolf)  Generational and Gender Differences in Motivations for Giving (Mesch, Moore & Brown)  Does Gender Matter? Giving Circles and Members’ Philanthropy and Civic Engagement (A. Eikenberry, J. Bearman, H. Han, C. Jensen)  Does Jewish Philanthropy Differ by Sex and Type of Giving? (Mesch) Mesch, Debra J. (2008). Shaping the future of the Women’s Philanthropy Research Agenda. Presented at the COP Annual Symposium, Indianapolis IN. Mesch, Debra J. & Rooney, P.M. (2008). Who decides in giving to education? Presented at the COP Annual Symposium, Indianapolis, IN. 7

Mesch, Debra J. (2008). What Counts? How does qualitative methodology affect research findings? Colloquy presentation at ARNOVA National meetings in Philadelphia, PA. Mesch, Debra J., Tschirhart, M., St. Clair, L., Watkins, L., & Weisinger, L. (2007). Diversity issues in the nonprofit sector. Panel presentation at ARNOVA National meetings in Atlanta. (1) Nonprofit board diversity (Debra J. Mesch, Chair and organizer of panel) (2) Diversity issues in workplace volunteer service programs: Participation and perceptions (M. Tschirhart & L. St. Clair) (3) Leadership, change, and diversity in nonprofit organizations (L. Watkins & J. Weisinger) Salamon, L., D Mesch, D. Renz, & J. Street. (2007). New studies on the nonprofit workforce from the Listening Post Project. Panel Presentation at ARNOVA National meetings in Atlanta, GA. Mesch, Debra J., C. Barbeito, N. Fielden, H. Carpenter. (2007). Building human resource management capacity within nonprofits: A discussion of research and practice. Colloquy presentation at ARNOVA National meetings in Atlanta, GA. Mesch, D., Jordan, S., Horn, W., Grayson, J. (2007). Lessons from Business and Government: How Have These Sectors Used Assessment for Effective and Enduring Organizational Improvement? Panel presentation at the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University Annual Summit, Expecting too much? Promising too much? Assessing accountability for Grantmakers and their Recipients. Mesch, Debra J. & Rooney, P.M. (2006). Formal and informal giving and volunteering in the U.S. Paper presented at the ARNOVA National meetings in Chicago. Mesch, Debra J. (2006). Using student teams as consultants in a nonprofit organization. Presentation at the teaching workshop at ARNOVA National meetings in Chicago. Mesch, Debra J. & Rooney, P.M. (2006). Determinants of compensation for fundraising professionals: A study of pay, performance, and gender differences. Paper presentation at the Association of Fundraising Professionals Annual Meeting in Atlanta. Lindsey, G. & Mesch, Debra J. (2006). Establishing partnerships with local communities: A collaboration with UWCI. Paper presentation at NASPAA Annual Conference in Minneapolis, MN. Mesch, Debra J. & Rooney, P.M. (2005). Determinants of compensation for fundraising professionals. Paper presented at the ARNOVA National meetings in Washington, D.C. Tschirhart, M., & Mesch, Debra J. (2005). Organizational sensemaking on diversity. Paper presented at the ARNOVA National meetings in Washington, D.C. Brown, E., Rooney, P.M. & Mesch, Debra, J. (2005). Couples’ contributions: Who decides? Paper presented at the ARNOVA National meetings in Washington, D.C. Mesch, Debra J. & Rooney, P.M. (2005) Are there differences in given by race and gender? Paper presented at the Center on Philanthropy Annual Symposium: Women in Philanthropy: Gaining Momentum. Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN.

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Mesch, Debra J. (2005). Conducting a diversity audit. Paper panel presentation on Diversity. Presented at the Teaching Public Administration Conference, Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Mesch, Debra J. & Rooney, P.M. (2004). Executive compensation and gender: A longitudinal study of a national nonprofit organization. Paper presented at the ARNOVA National Meetings in Los Angeles, CA. Rooney, P.M. & Mesch, Debra J. (2004). Are there differences in giving by race and gender? Paper presented at the Center on Philanthropy Annual Symposium: Black Philanthropy: Strategies for Building the Heritage. Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN. Mesch, Debra J. (2004). Managing for performance and integrity. Paper presented at the National Center for Nonprofit Enterprise Conference. Washington D.C. Mesch, Debra J., & Rooney, P.M. (2003). Executive compensation and organizational performance: A longitudinal study of a national nonprofit organization. Paper presented at the ARNOVA National Meetings in Denver, Colorado. Rooney, P.M., Mesch, Debra J., Chin, W., & Steinberg, K.S. (2003). The effects of race, gender, and survey methodologies on giving in the U.S. Paper presented at the ARNOVA National Meetings in Denver, Colorado. Mesch, Debra J., Rooney, P.M., Chin, W., Steinberg, K. (2002). The Effects of race, gender, and measurement on giving and volunteering: Indiana as a test case. Paper presented at the ARNOVA National Meetings in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Mesch, Debra J. (2002). Using student teams as consultants to nonprofit organizations: A real world experience. Panel presentation at the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA) conference, Los Angeles, California. Mesch, Debra J., Haskett, R., & Duncan, H.D. (2001). Building an infrastructure for organizational learning: An exploratory study of the impact of outcomes measurement on United Way agencies. Paper presented at the ARNOVA National Meetings in Miami, Florida. Mesch, Debra J., & Duncan, H.D. (2000). The effects of outcomes measurement on organizational practice: An exploratory study of how United Way of Central Indiana agencies use outcomes measures. Mesch, Debra J., Tschirhart, M., Perry, J.L., Thomson, A.M., & Spencer, E. (2000). Stipended Volunteers in Large-scale Service Programs: Studies of the United States AmeriCorps Program and the Israeli Perach Program. Chair of symposium of four papers presented at ARNOVA National Meetings in New Orleans, LA. (1) Public Service Motivation and Civic Service Goals: Changes in Perach Participants as a Result of Civic Engagement (Debra J. Mesch & Emily Spencer, MA-MPA student) (2) The Effects of Service on Public Service Motivation and Civic Engagement: AmeriCorps and Perach (James Perry, Debra Mesch & Mary Tschirhart) (3) Serving Under Similar Others: Influence of Sex, Ethnicity/religion, and Income Match on Coordinator Performance Ratings and Mentor Satisfaction in the Perach Program (Mary Tschirhart & Debra Mesch)

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(4) Collaboration: Dimensions, Measurement, Validation in the Context of AmeriCorps (Ann Marie Tompson) Mesch, Debra J., Dyson, S. & Harlow, K. (1999). Outcome funding and employment: A study of a United Way Initiative. Paper presented at the ARNOVA National Meetings, Washington D.C. Smith, C. & Mesch, Debra J. (1997). The effects of organizational closure on mental health workers: A field study. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Midwest Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Mesch, Debra J., Tschirhart, M., Perry, J.S., & Lee (1997). Martyrs or mercenaries: Retention in stipended service. Paper presented at the Academy of Management National Meetings, Boston, MA. Tschirhart, M., Perry, J., Lee, G., & Mesch, Debra J. (1997). Shifting interests of Americorps members: Tracking Motivations over time. Symposium presentation at the ARNOVA National Meetings, Indianapolis, Indiana. Mesch, Debra J., Pescosolido, B.A., McGrew, J., & Smith, C. (1996). The effects of the closure on mental health workers: An overview of employment, mental and physical health, and attitudinal outcomes. Paper symposium presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meetings, New York. Bingham, L. & Mesch, Debra J. (1996). Decision-making in arbitration: The influence of arbitrator type, discipline standard, and gender on grievance outcomes. Paper presented at the Conference of the International Association for Conflict Management, Cornell University, Ithica, NY. Mesch, Debra J. & Lee, G. (1996). What motivates AmeriCorps members? Symposium paper for symposium, "Redefining relationships among the public, private, and nonprofit sectors: An assessment of AmeriCorps.' Presented at the Academy of Management National Meetings, Cincinnati, OH. Mesch, Debra J. & Perry, J.L. (1995). Human resource management and performance in government: An agency, cultural, and institutional explanation. Paper presented at the Academy of Management National Meetings, Vancouver, B.C. Mesch, Debra J. & Chertkoff, J.M. (1994). Conflict within groups: Division of labor decisions under different reward conditions. Paper presented at the International Association for Conflict Management Meeting, Eugene, Oregon. Mesch, Debra J., Perry, J.L. & Wise, L. (1994). Bureaucratic vs. strategic human resource management models: An empirical comparison in the federal government. Paper presented at the Academy of Management National Meetings, Dallas, Texas. Kaufmann, O. & Mesch, Debra J. (1994). Arbitration in practice: A profile of public sector arbitration cases. Paper presented at the Midwest Division of the Academy of Management Meetings, Chicago, Illinois. Mesch, Debra J. (1993). Workplace justice in the public sector: A comparison of public versus private sector arbitration cases. Paper presented at the Association on Employment Practices and Principles Annual National Conference, San Diego, California. 10

Mesch Debra J. (1993). Gender and workplace justice: The case of arbitration outcomes in the public sector. Paper presented at the International Association for Conflict Management Annual Conference, Hengelhoef, Belgium. Mesch, Debra J. (1993). Union-Management program gone wrong: Some Unintended consequences of a fact-finding program. Paper presented at the Midwest Division of the Academy of Management Meetings, Indianapolis, Indiana. Mesch, Debra J., Dalton, D.R., Todor, W.E. & Owen, C.L. (1992). The `Iron law of paternalism:' Organizational assessments. Paper presented at the Decision Sciences Institute National Meetings, San Francisco, California. Dalton, D.R., Mesch, Debra J., Owen, C.L., & Todor, W.D. (1992). The `Iron law of paternalism' in organizational justice outcomes? Two field assessments. Paper presented at the Academy of Management National Meetings, Las Vegas, Nevada. Mesch, Debra J. & Lee, C. (1992). Goals, gender, and self-esteem: An examination of individual difference variables in goal setting. Paper presented at the Southern Academy of Management Meetings, New Orleans, Louisiana. Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1991). Gender and workplace justice: The case of arbitration outcomes. Paper presented at Decision Sciences Institute National Meetings, Miami, Florida. Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1990). Union-management cooperation and the grievance process: A sixyear interrupted time series analysis. Paper presented at the Academy of Management National Meetings, San Francisco, California. Dalton, D.R. & Mesch, Debra J. (1990). Employee-initiated transfer and the `Domino' effect. Paper presented at the Decision Sciences Institute National Meetings, San Diego, California. Mesch, D.M & Chertkoff, J. (1990). Performance under reward systems: A reconceptualization and review of the cooperative-competitive-individualistic literature. Paper presented at the Midwest Academy of Management Meetings, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mesch, Debra J., Farh, J.L. & Podsakoff, P.M. (1989). Effects of feedback sign on group goal setting, strategies, and performance: An empirical examination of some control theory hypotheses. Paper presented at the National Academy of Management Meetings, Washington, D.C. Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1989). Workplace justice outcomes `In the name of the union': A field assessment. Paper presented at the Decision Sciences Institute National Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana. Dalton, D.R. & Mesch, Debra J. (1989). On the extent of deliberate absenteeism: A nonreactive assessment. Paper presented at the Institute of Management Science/ Operations Research Society Joint National Meeting, Vancouver, Canada. Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1989). An individual and organizational analysis of absence policy on the frequency of employee absenteeism. Paper presented at The Institute of Management Science/ Operations Research Society Joint National Meeting, Vancouver, Canada. 11

Dalton, D.R., Mesch, Debra J. Kesner, I.F., Owen, C.L. Todor, W.D. (1988). A comparison of blue vs. white collar grievance behavior: A field assessment. Paper presented at the Council of Employee Rights and Responsibilities Annual Meetings, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Dalton, D.R. & Mesch, Debra J. (1988). On the extent and reduction of avoidable absenteeism: An assessment of absence policy provisions. Paper presented at the Decision Sciences National Meetings, Las Vegas, Nevada. Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1988). The impact of flexible scheduling on employee attendance and turnover: A six-year interrupted time series (ARIMA) assessment. Paper presented at the Decision Sciences National Meetings, Las Vegas, Nevada. Dalton, D.R. & Mesch Debra J. (1988). On the `Domino Principle' of employee transfers: Three field assessments. Paper presented at the Operations Research Society/ The Institute of Management Science Joint National Meeting, Denver, Colorado. Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1988). Determinants of `Justice' in the workplace: A loglinear assessment. Paper presented at the Operations Research Society/The institute of Management Science Joint National Meeting, Denver, Colorado. Dalton, D.R. & Mesch, Debra J. (1988). Gender bias in grievance outcomes: A field assessment. Paper presented at the Industrial Relations Research Association National Meetings, New York, New York. Mesch, Debra J. & Dalton, D.R. (1988). On the outcomes of grievances filed `In the name of the Union': Multiple field assessments. Paper presented at the Industrial Relations Research Association National Meetings, New York, New York. Niehoff, B. & Mesch, Debra J. (1988). Effects of reward structures on academic performance and group process behavior in a business school setting. Paper presented at the Academy of Management National Meetings, Anaheim, California. Mesch, Debra J. (1987). Ensuring long-term use of cooperative learning: Issues in implementing cooperative learning within school districts. Symposium conducted at the American Education Research Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. Mesch, Debra J. & Lew, M. (1984). Cooperative learning: Interface with regular education and implications for mainstreaming. Paper presented at the 62nd Annual International Council for Exceptional Children Convention, Washington, D.C. Mesch, Debra J. & Lew, M. (1984). Isolated students in secondary schools: Cooperative group contingencies and social skills training. Paper presented at the Conference of American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada. Mesch, Debra J. (1984). Effective collaboration between colleges and public schools: The Simmons program. Paper presented at the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, Worcester, Massachusetts.

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Mesch, Debra J. and Lew, M. (1979). Implementing the consulting teacher role in a large urban setting. Paper presented at the 57th Annual International Council for Exceptional Children, Dallas, Texas. GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND AWARDS Mesch, Debra J. (July 2012). Travel grant award from Office of International Affairs at IU for $600.00 travel to Siena, Italy. Mesch, Debra J. & Hayat, A. (2012). A National Study of Giving and Volunteering in Lions Clubs in China. Grant awarded for $12,500 from the IU Research Fund, Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. Osili, U., Mesch, Debra J., Bhakta, R., & Raghanan, S. (2011). The 2011 Study of High Net Worth Women’s Philanthropy and the Impact of Women’s Giving Networks. Funded for $60,000 by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Mesch, Debra J. & Brown, E. (2011). Charitable Giving by Older Women: Is There a Bag Lady Syndrome? Grant awarded for $12,000 from the IU Research Fund, Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. Mesch, Debra J. & Osili, U. (2010). The Global Dynamics of Gender and Giving. Grant awarded for $36,769 by Lions Club International Foundation. Mesch, Debra J. & Brown, M. (2009). The Effects of Gender and Generation on Donor Motives for Philanthropic Giving. Competitive grant awarded for $24,000 from the UI Research Fund, Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. Wright, E. (PI) & Mesch, Debra J. (2008). HIV grant program review and evaluation. Grant awarded by The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis for $30,000. Mesch Debra J. (2006). Informal giving and volunteering in the U.S.A. Competitive grant awarded for $23,986 from the IU Research Fund, Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. Mesch, Debra J. (2005). Executive Compensation and Gender in a Nonprofit Organization: Does Leader Performance Make a Difference? Competitive grant awarded for $5000 from the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence. Mesch, Debra J. (2004). The Effects of Human Resource Management Practices, Participant Goals, and Public Service Motivation on the Likelihood of Future Civic Service: A Study of Student Involvement in the Israel Perach Program. Competitive grant awarded for $19,090 from the IU Research Fund, Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. Mesch, Debra J. (2003). The Effects of Human Resource Management Practices on Organizational Effectiveness and Satisfaction of Stipended Volunteers: A Study of the Israeli Perach Program. Competitive grant awarded for $17,237 from the IU Research Fund, Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University.

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Mesch, Debra J. & Rooney, P.M. (2002). Is There a Relationship Between Executive Pay and Performance? A Longitudinal Study of Compensation Practices at Goodwill Industries. Competitive grant awarded for $ 16,915 from the IU Research Fund, Center on Philanthropy. Southeast Regional Center Evaluation Grant. (2001). Awarded by the State of Indiana, Family Social Services Administration (FSSA). Date of contract: June 1, 2001-September 30, 2002. Amount of award: $310,000. Mesch, Debra J., Tschirhart, M. & Perry, J. (1999). Travel grant for $3200 awarded by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. Mesch, Debra J., Tschirhart, M. & Perry, J. (1999). The Effects of Civic Service on Those Who Serve: A Comparative Study of the Israeli Perach Program and the United States AmeriCorps Program. Intercampus Research Grant awarded for $8000. Mesch Debra J. (1995-1998). 10% summer salary awarded for research participation in the RISP project. Mesch, Debra J. (1998). The effects of civic service on those who serve: A study of the Perach and AmeriCorps programs. Competitive grant awarded for $11,500 from the IU Research Fund, Center on Philanthropy. Mesch, Debra J. (1998). Outcome measurement and funding: Does it make a difference in the nonprofit sector? Competitive grant awarded for $5500 for the grant writing workshop. Mesch, Debra J. (1997). Evaluation of economic self-sufficiency projects: A study of outcome funding. Competitive grant awarded for $5000 from the Institute for the Study of Government and the Nonprofit Sector. Grant awarded from the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University for study of the AmeriCorps program for $3000 (1997). Mesch, Debra J. (1996). Larue Carter Worker Transition Study: Wave 3. Grant awarded by the Research Infrastructure Support Program (RISP) funded by NIMH for $3976. Mesch, Debra J. (1996). Central State Hospital closure: The effects on mental health workers. The IUPUI Outstanding Tenure Track Faculty Award for $10,000. Mesch, Debra J., Tschirhart, M. & Perry, J.L. (1996). AmeriCorps: An empirical examination and program evaluation of volunteerism in America. Intercampus research grant awarded for $9852. Mesch, Debra J. & Bingham, L. (1994). Decision-making in arbitration: Do different arbitrators reach different decisions? Competitive research grant awarded from the Intercampus Research Fund for $8000. Mesch, Debra J. & Chertkoff, J. (1993). Division of labor under contingent group payoff systems: An experiment. Competitive research grant awarded from the Intercampus Research Fund for $6625.

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Mesch, Debra J. (1992). Cooperation and team work in a worker-owned cooperative: A field experiment. Competitive research grant awarded by the McNeice Applied Research Fund, Northeastern University School of Business Administration for $9900. Mesch, Debra J. (1989). The impact of employee initiated transfer on absenteeism: A four-year cohort assessment. Competitive research grant awarded by the Indiana University Graduate School of Business for summer salary. Mesch, Debra J. (1989). On the outcomes of grievances filed `In the name of the union': Multiple field assessments. Competitive research grant awarded by the Department of Management, Indiana University for summer salary. Mesch, Debra J. (1988). The impact of flexible scheduling on employee attendance and turnover: A sixyear interrupted time series (ARIMA) assessment. Competitive research grant awarded by the Indiana University Graduate School of Business for summer salary. Mesch, Debra J. (1987). Cooperation, competition, and feedback sign as determinants of individual and group performance, cohesiveness and group process behaviors. Competitive research grant awarded by the Indiana University Graduate School of Business for summer salary. Mesch, Debra J. (1984). The effects of cooperative learning on types of interactions among peers in six secondary classes. Competitive research grant awarded by the Simmons College Fund for Research. Mesch, Debra J. (1981-1984). The Simmons College Generic Consulting Teacher Training Program. Training grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education for $291,000. CONSULTANTSHIPS, MANAGEMENT EDUCATION, AND EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT During my Tenure at Simmons College, Dept. of Education and Human Services (1977-1985) University of Massachusetts: Institute for Teaching and Learning Massachusetts State Department of Education Approximately 30 Public School Systems in the Boston area including Boston Public Schools During my Tenure at Northeastern University, College of Business Administration Winchester Hospital, Winchester, Massachusetts Microcom Computer Software Company, Norwood, Massachusetts During my Tenure at Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs Midtown Community Mental Health Center, Executive Education Program Army Corps of Engineers, Executive Education Program (intensive 5-day course) New York Times Knowledge Network Course (March 2010) Goodwill Industries Executive Education Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES Academy of Management American Society of Public Administration Philanthropic Studies faculty Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) 15

HONORS Recipient of the IUPUI Outstanding New Faculty Award (1996) Recipient of a Teaching Excellence Recognition Award (1998) First Visiting International Scholar at the Israeli Center for Third Sector Research (1999) Awarded the IUPUI Jaguars Favorite Professor Award (2006) Selected for the Indiana University LEAD Program (2007) Selected for Women Creating Excellence at IUPUI by the IUPUI Office for Women (2010) TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS Simmons College (1977-1985) Evaluation of the Consulting Process Development of the Consulting Training Role Applied Behavior Analysis Implementing Applied Research Designs Issues in Special Education Developing Basic Competency Systems Indiana University Kelley School of Business (1985-1990) Management and Behavior in Organizations (undergraduate) Strategies for Upward Mobility (continuing education) Northeastern University College of Business Administration (1990-1992) Organizational Behavior and Design (undergraduate) Organizational Behavior in Complex Organizations (graduate) Organizational Behavior (undergraduate) Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (1992-present) The following course titles: V504 Public Organizations (graduate) H507 Management of Group and Individual Behavior (graduate) V561 Public Personnel Management (graduate) V373 Personnel Management in the Public Sector (undergraduate) V522 Human Resource Management in Nonprofit Organizations (graduate) V443 Managing Workforce Diversity (undergraduate) H626 Health Services Human Resource Management (graduate) V652 Managing Work Force Diversity (graduate) SERVICE ACTIVITIES University Administrative Service Director, Women’s Philanthropy Institute (2008-present) Chair, Philanthropic Studies Faculty and Chair of Executive Committee at COP (2010-present) Director of Public Affairs, SPEA-IUPUI (2006-2008) Graduate Program Director, SPEA-IUPUI (2003-2005) Chair of Philanthropic Studies (1999-2003) Chair, Executive Committee, Center on Philanthropy (1999-2003) Board of Governors, Center on Philanthropy (1999-2003) Chair, Policy and Administration Faculty (1999-2000)

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University and School Committee Service Member, nonprofit management task force (2012-2013) Member, Dean’s advisory council for the School of Philanthropy (2012-2013) Member, search and screen committee for Executive Associate Dean at IUPUI (2012) Chair, search and screen committee for two nonprofit management positions, SPEA-IUPUI (2011) Member, search and screen committee for philanthropic studies faculty position, COP (2011) Chair, Philanthropic Studies faculty (2011-2013) Chair, search and screen committee for nonprofit management position, SPEA-IUPUI (2010) Member, search and screen committee for public management position, SPEA-BL (2010) Chair, promotion and tenure committee, SPEA-IUPUI (2010) Chair, faculty review committee for research, SPEA-IUPUI (2010-2013) Chair, promotion and tenure committee, SPEA system-wide (2009-2012) Member, search and screen committee for IUPUI psychology professor (2009) Member, search and screen committee for SPEA-IUPUI lecture position (2009) Member, SPEA Transition Committee (2009) Faculty Secretary (2009-2010) Member, Philanthropic Studies Executive Committee (2008-present) Member, COP symposium advisory committee: “Moving Women’s Philanthropy Forward” (2008) Member, search and screen committee for PA position, SPEA-IUPUI (2008-2009) Member, search and screen committee for Associate Dean, SPEA-IUPUI (2008-09) Member, search and screen committee for Manager of Recruitment for SPEA-IUPUI (2008) Member, search and screen committee for health/PA financial position for SPEA-IUPUI (2008) Member, Affirmative Action Advisory Committee (2007-2008) Member, search and screen committee for SPEA Dean (2007-08) Chair, search and screen committee for PA position for SPEA-IUPUI (2007) IUPUI, Faculty Council, elected representative-at-large (2006) Member, IUPUI Translating Research into Practice (2006-2007) Member, compensation and incentive committee (2006) Member, COP research committee (2006-present) Member, academic programs committee, Philanthropic Studies (2005-2006) Elected member of the SPEA Policy committee (2001-2008) Member, search and screen committee for SPEA-IUPUI lecturer position (2004) Member, search and screen committee for SPEA-IUPUI director of student services (2004) Member, search and screen committee for Center on Philanthropy director of student services (2004) Appointed as a Tobias Research Faculty Fellows, Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence (2004-present) Chair, MPA revision committee, SPEA system-wide (2003) Chair, BSPA committee SPEA-IUPUI (2002-2003) Member of the committee on the role of the faculties at SPEA (2002) Chair, search and screen committee for the nonprofit marketing position at SPEA-IUPUI (2001) Co-chair, search and screen committee for the Binford Chair in Corporate Citizenship at IUPUI (2001) Elected member of the Post-tenure Review committee (2001-2003) Chair, PhD. in Philanthropic Studies committee (2000-2003) Member of the search and screen committee for the Dean of SPEA (1999-2000) Chair, search committee for the senior nonprofit management position at IUPUI (1998-1999) Member of the search and screen committee for the public management position at Ft. Wayne (1999) Member of the review committee for the COP Indiana Research Fund (1998) Chair, search committee for the law and public affairs position at IUPUI (1997) 17

Member of the Faculty of University College (1997-present) Member of the Budgetary Affairs Committee for University College (1997-1999) Advisory committee for the Institute for the Study of Government and the Nonprofit Sector (1997) Member of the search committee for the Director of Financial Affairs at IUPUI (1997) Member of the search committee for the Dean of the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI (1997-1998) Member of the search committee for the urban affairs position at IUPUI (1997) Member of the Center on Philanthropy Research Advisory Committee (1997) Member of the Task Force on Promotion & Tenure Criteria (1996) Chair, IUPUI sabbatical review committee for IUPUI (1996) Member of the search committee for the IUPUI non-tenure track teaching position at IUPUI (1996) Member of the search committee for the public management position at Fort Wayne (1996) Member of the Executive Committee, Center on Philanthropy (1995-2003) Member of the IUPUI Graduate Policy Committee (1996-1998) Member of the system-wide Graduate Policy Committee (1995-2001) Member of the search committee for the Bloomington nonprofit management faculty position (1995) Member of the Teaching Assessment Committee (1995-1998) Coordinator of the curriculum revision committee for the nonprofit mgt. concentration (1995-1997) Elected SPEA representative to the IUPUI faculty council (1994-1996) Member of the Executive Education Committee (1992-1996) Member of the IUPUI Undergraduate Policy Committee (1992-1996) Student Service Masters Thesis Committees Jamie Levy, Joint MPA-MA Donna Oklak, MA Greg Long, MA Etta Ward, MA Dissertation Advisees and Committees Angela Logan, Ph.D. in Philanthropic Studies Sonna Ehrlich, Ph.D in Nursing Richard Clerkin, Ph.D. in Public Affairs, SPEA-Bloomington Sal Alaimo, Ph.D. in Philanthropic Studies Roland Bullard, PhD in Educational Administration Undergraduate Students Melanie Boynton, Honors Project Co-Authored and/or Student Involvement in Research Papers Olga Kaufmann, MPA Chris Smith, MPA Steve Dyson, MPA Emily Spencer, MA-MPA Rebecca Haskett, Ed.D. Cathy Gao, MA Brian Denton, MA Yuan Ding, MA Kendall McCaig, MPA 18

Liz Bender, MA-MPA Tiesha Walker, MA Lauren Berentes, MA-MPA Zach Moore, MA Xiaonan Kou, PhD Amir Hayat, MA Public Service Indiana Commission on Community Service (AmeriCorps) Indiana Association of Indiana Counties Indianapolis Police Department Clinton County, Indiana Coalition of Human Service Planners United Way of Central Indiana Goodwill Industries Coalition for Homelessness Intervention & Prevention (CHIP) Big Brothers of Indianapolis, Board Member Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana, Board of Directors  Executive Committee  Merger Committee  Chair, Strategic Directions Committee  Search and Screen Committee for ED  Governance Committee  Scholarship Committee Association of Fundraising Professionals, Indiana Chapter, Philanthropy Awards committee Indiana Achievement Awards Faktor Family Foundation AIM Collaboration Prize PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Peer Review Activities Reviewer for Gender and Society Reviewer for International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing Reviewer for Public Administration Review Reviewer for Public Management Review Reviewer for International Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing Reviewer for Employee Responsibilities and Rights Reviewer for Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research Reviewer for Nonprofit Management and Leadership Reviewer for Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly Reviewer for Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory Reviewer for Journal of Public Affairs Education Reviewer for the National Academy of Management Meetings, Conflict Management Division Reviewer for Journal of Organizational Behavior Reviewer for Jossey-Bass Publishers Reviewer for the Midwest Academy of Management Meetings Reviewer for Academy of Management Journal Reviewer for the National Academy of Management Meetings, Public and Nonprofit Division 19

Reviewer for Journal of Organizational Behavior Reviewer for the International Association for Conflict Management Meetings Symposium co-editor (with R. Shin) for International Journal of Public Administration Reviewer for International Journal of Conflict Management Reviewer for the International Journal of Organizational Analysis Reviewer for the Journal of Management Reviewer for the Journal of Occupational Psychology Nonacademic and Service Presentations Mesch, Debra J. (June, 2012). Philanthropy Advisory Council Annual Meeting at Ball State University. Plenary speaker. Mesch, Debra J. (June, 2012). Women’s Philanthropy on Campus. Plenary speaker for two-day event at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. Mesch, Debra J. (March, 2012). Why research on gender and philanthropy matters. Board of Visitors at the Center on Philanthropy. Mesch, Debra J. (May 2012). Presentations at Chicago Council on Planned Giving.  Reshaping perceptions about who gives  “Because I was never asked” and other barriers to increasing women’s giving Mesch, Debra J. (May 2012). Research on women’s philanthropy. Presentation at home of Marianne Glick for invited guests. Mesch, Debra J. (January, 2012). Charitable giving by older women: Is there a “bag lady syndrome”. Presentation at WIMPS, IUPUI. Mesch, Debra J. (September, 2012). Balancing Values, Vision, Views, and Voice in Family Philanthropy Presentation at Indiana Grantmakers Alliance. Indianapolis, IN. Mesch, Debra J. (March, 2012). Philanthropy within Jewish households. Presentation for funders of study on Jewish philanthropy. NY: NY. Mesch, Debra J. (November, 2012). Why research on gender and philanthropy matters. Presentation at The Fundraising School annual meeting, Indianapolis, IN. Mesch, Debra J. (November, 2012). Busting the myths about women, money, and philanthropy. Plenary speaker at Wells Fargo Advisors. Mesch, Debra J. (October, 2011). Perception and Reality: How Research Findings Counter Conventional Wisdom About Women’s Philanthropy. Presentation at the Association of American Universities Partners, Washington D.C. Mesch, Debra J. (October, 2011). Women and Philanthropy: An Untapped Resource. Presentation to CEO’s of the Big brothers Big Sisters Mid-Large Agency Alliance. Indianapolis, IN.

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Mesch, Debra J. & White, A. (April, 2011). Who Decides in Charitable Decision Making. CASE webinar. Mesch, Debra J. (October, 2011). Women: The Key to Philanthropy in the 21st Century. Presentation at the Indiana University Foundation-Women’s Philanthropy Council event. Indianapolis, IN. Mesch, Debra J. (June, 2011). Women and Philanthropy. Presentation to the Minnesota Medical Foundation, Minneapolis, MN. Mesch, Debra J. (May, 2011). The Power of Women’s Giving. Presentation to the Monroe County Women’s Giving Circle. Mesch, Debra J. (October, 2011). Women and Philanthropy: A Conversation with Debra Mesch. Presentation to the Oregon Community Foundation, Portland, OR. Mesch, Debra J. (June, 2011). Women Give 2010. Presentation at the Tiffany Circle of the American Red Cross Leadership Summit, Washington D.C. Mesch, Debra J. & Osili, U. (July, 2011). Gender Matters in Philanthropy. Presentation at the Women United of the United Way of Central Indiana, Indianapolis, IN. Mesch, Debra J. & Brown, E. (February, 2010). Who Decides in Charitable Giving and Why it Matters. Presentation at IUPUI for fundraising community in Indianapolis. Mesch, Debra J. (February, 2010). Gender Matters in Philanthropy. Presentation at JPMorgan Chase in NYC. for invited donors. Mesch, Debra J. & Brown, E. (March, 2010). Who Decides and Why it Matters. Presentation at the Dallas Women’s Foundation, Dallas, TX. Mesch, Debra J. (July, 2010). Women and Philanthropy. Presentation at the Lafer Center on Women and Gender Studies at Hebrew University. Jerusalem, Israel. Mesch, Debra J. (July, 2010). Women and Philanthropy. Presentation at Sheatifum, Israel, to high net worth women donors and philanthropists in Israel. Mesch, Debra (August, 2010). Women Give 2010. Presentation for group of invited participants to hear results of latest research. NY: NY. Mesch, Debra J. (October, 2010). Trends in Women’s Philanthropy. Presentation at Procura’s 15th Anniversary Celebration. Mexico City, Mexico. Mesch, Debra J. (November, 2010). Perception and Reality: How Research Findings Counter Conventional Wisdom about Women and Philanthropy. Presentation at Riley Foundation, Indianapolis, IN. Mesch, Debra J. & L. McRobbie (June, 20009). Presentation at the IU Foundation Board. Research on women’s philanthropy, Bloomington, IN.

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Mesch, Debra J. (June, 2009). Keynote presentation at Sister of St. Benedict, Ferdinand, IN. Mesch, Debra J., & A. Pactor. (March, 2009). Donor Loyalty. Presentation at the United Way of American Women’s Leadership Council, Miami, FL. Mesch, Debra J. & Pactor, A. (September, 2008). Women as philanthropists. Presentation at the National United Methodist Association of Foundations Conference in Indianapolis, IN. Mesch, Debra J. & White, A. (October, 2008). Why women are key to philanthropy and the transfer of wealth. Presentation at the Planned Giving Council of Indiana. Indianapolis, IN. Mesch, Debra J. & Enright, W. (May, 2008). Women, Faith, and Philanthropy. Presentation at the Women’s Athletic Club, Chicago, IL Mesch, Debra J. (November, 2008). How to motivate employees without money. Presentation at the Indiana Library Federation Conference. Indianapolis, IN. Philanthropy Summit sponsored by the COP (2007) Passing the Torch Philanthropy Summit sponsored by the COP (2006) Presentation at the National Center for Nonprofit Enterprise conference, Washington D.C. (2004) Presentation at the International Conference on Diversity, Bloomington, IN (2004) Panel presentation at the Indiana Grantmakers Alliance Conference (2003) Panel presentation at the COP Board Retreat in Battle Creek, Michigan (2002) Presentation at the Central Indiana Corporate Volunteer Council (1997; 2001) Presentation at the Center on Philanthropy, Board of Governors Annual Meeting (1998) Research question and answer panel representing IUPUI for an interview published in Partnerships (1998) Symposium presentation for Sigma Theta Tau, International Honor Society of Nursing, (1996) Research presentation at the NIMH-RISP Grant retreat for core faculty (1994) Research presentation for the IUPUI psychology department (1993) Invited presentation at the Institute for Work Democracy, Cambridge, MA (1991) Other Professional Service Chair, best book award committee, Academy of Management, Public and Nonprofit Division (2003) Editorial Board for the Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing (2002-2005) Editorial Board for the Journal of Public Affairs Education (J-PAE) (1997-2001) Editorial Board for The Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (J-PART) (1998-2001) Co-coordinator for the Academy of Management Doctoral Consortium and pre-conference workshops for the Public and Nonprofit Management Division, Academy of Management Meetings (1997, 2001)

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