Jeanine Stratton, Ph.D., BCBA-D, is an assistant professor in the Business and Accounting Department, adjunct professor in Earth and Environmental Sciences, and an affiliate research faculty member of the David E. Shi Center for Sustainability at Furman University. She is also an adjunct professor in the Psychology Department at Wofford College. She teaches courses in behavioral approaches to organizational performance, marketing, and human systems in sustainability. Her cross-disciplinary research interests include the application of behavioral principles to socially significant topics using a scientist-practitioner approach, including incentive systems, consumer behavior, market strategy, sustainability, and corporate responsibility. Her work has been presented in a variety of fields including behavior analysis, sustainability, and university teaching. Her most recent publications have appeared inSustainability: Journal of Record and the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. Dr. Stratton is a member of the Sustainability Planning Council at Furman University, where she spearheaded the Aubrey Daniels' Performance Management Program, and is a founding member of the Campus Conservation Research Initiative. She serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, and is a guest reviewer for Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. As a well-rounded behavior analyst, she has experience in program development and staff training in behavioral health services. In addition to her academic career, Stratton has consulted in a variety of businesses in retail, health care, banking, food, and not-for-profit service industries.