Regina Kim is a doctoral student in Social-Organizational Psychology at Teacher’s College, Columbia University. She graduated from Smith College with a B.A in Psychology and East Asian Literature and received her master’s degree in Organizational Psychology from Yonsei University, South Korea. Regina worked as a researcher at institutions like Children’s Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School and Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute at UC San Francisco. She also has experiences in consulting nonprofit organizations in the domains of conflict resolution and intercultural communication. Currently, she is conducting a research that examines cross-cultural differences in value orientations for power distribution and type and degree of interdependence on managing conflict at work. Her research interests include conflict resolution, organizational justice and culture.