Joey Burton Executive DirectorJoey Burton is responsible for the overall strategy and administration of the Institute for Business in Society, including engagement with key internal and external stakeholders. He leads the institute’s strategic vision, works with Darden leadership and faculty to develop and implement research and programs, and increases its network and awareness by elevating the platform for national and global conversations related to the impact of business in society. Prior to joining the Darden School, Joey led the research, operations and outreach efforts of two centers at the University of Chicago. He previously served as Executive Director of the Coase-Sandor Institute for Law and Economics at the Law School and Director of Research and Operations for the Center for Population Economics at the Chicago Booth School of Business. Maggie Morse Associate Director Maggie Morse directs the design and execution of Institute for Business in Society initiatives, including multi-faceted intellectual capital activities and other manager-focused projects. Prior to joining the institute, Maggie administered and coordinated Executive Education programs at the Darden School. She gained extensive expertise in program management from several years of working in the music industry, providing publicity and production support for musical tours. Megan JuelfsAssociate Director, Research InitiativesMegan Juelfs supports faculty research with assistance around research design, data collection and analysis, and writing. She brings more than a decade of experience collecting, analyzing and presenting data. Some of her previous projects include community-based participatory research in Richmond, VA; understanding cities as ecosystems; analyzing community indicator projects; finding ways to measure poverty to reflect the lived realities of those living with low income; text mining of university alumni magazines and partisan news media; and interviewing parents about contemporary childrearing. She has a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Virginia. Andrew SellAssociate Director, Research InitiativesAndrew Sell supports faculty research leveraging his expertise in survey methodology, experimental design, data analysis, and project management. He brings with him over a dozen years of experience in market, institutional, and academic research. At a consulting firm co-founded by a Darden alum, he delivered data-driven insights to small business owners and C-Suite executives as a senior marketing analyst. Prior to joining IBiS, Andrew supported faculty research on hundreds of studies while at the University of Minnesota for over a decade. In addition, he has published work regarding the influence of visual design on open-ended survey questions. He holds a B.S. in Marketing and an M.B.A. from the University of Minnesota. Kristen FisherResearcherKristen Fisher is responsible for collaborating with program directors and faculty across three of Darden’s Centers of Excellence to produce thought leadership highlighting the research and programs of the centers. She also manages the institute’s Resilience Awards program, which recognizes successful businesses in areas with high rates of economic inequality. In addition, she coordinates the logistics for the University of Virginia Investing Conference. Before coming to Darden, Kristen worked for Albemarle County as a Project Coordinator for the Strategic Prevention Framework-State Incentive Grant. There, she successfully designed and implemented a campaign to reduce drinking and driving in the area.Stephanie SwingOperations and Administrative CoordinatorStephanie serves across three of Darden’s Centers of Excellence. She is responsible for integrating projects, financial operations, office administration, and logistics to enhance the activities of each center. She works to promote communication among the centers and throughout the enterprise. Stephanie holds a BA in Anthropology with a Minor in Geology from East Carolina University. Prior to joining Darden, she served in a similar role in the Office of Global Affairs at her alma mater.