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Ph.D., Learning, Leadership & Organization Development, University of Georgia, 2019

M.A., Organizational Behavior & Evaluation, Claremont Graduate University, 2015

B.A., Education, Korea University, 2013

Research Interests

Kwon’s research reimagines the meaning of equity and inclusion in new forms of learning organizations in times of uncertainty and complexity and explores what it means to bring one’s whole self and its implications for people with minoritized identities in such a context. He also researches ableism and the inclusion of people with disabilities in education and the workplace. Overall, he seeks to create an ecosystem of disability inclusion where disability, education, rehabilitation, and business communities unite to work across their agendas and boundaries for sustainable employment of people with disabilities.


Kwon teaches in the areas of diversity and inclusion, adult learning and leadership, and organization development and change. He is passionate about preparing the next generation of leaders who can effectively and compassionately respond to complex diversity challenges and create an inclusive workplace culture for all.

Honors & Awards

Richard A. Swanson Research Excellence Award, Academy of Human Resource Development, 2022

Cutting Edge Award, Academy of Human Resource Development, 2019


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