Dr. Galina Boiarintseva
Ontario Campus, Room 108
In-office or online
T: 12 - 2 p.m.
W: 2 - 4 p.m.
TH: 12 - 2 p.m.
Phone: 1.905.294.7260 ext 1102
Dr. Galina Boiarintseva joined Niagara University in 2019. She holds a Ph.D. in Human Resource Management. Her research aims to assist organizations in achieving just, all-inclusive cultures. Her most recent publications explore how individuals without children experience work-life balance, offering flexibility strategies that organizations can utilize to improve their workforce’s overall well-being. Her secondary stream of research concentrates on gender and power in organizations, most recently college level sports.
Besides her research, in the last three years, Galina organized and moderated Niagara University’s virtual panels assisting businesses in the Greater Toronto Area in managing the workforce during COVID and post-pandemic recovery. As well as acted as a mentor for students in the first MBA cohort as they embarked on the Canada Comeback Challenge competition making it to the top three teams in the country.
Galina often collaborates with the city of Vaughan, leading workshops for the Vaughan Summer Program, aimed to assist entrepreneurs on their start up journeys. Her most recent collaboration with the city is the Emergent Leader Program that focuses on career succession planning for managerial roles in the city of Vaughan.
Outside of her work with Niagara University, Galina continues to engage in consulting work primarily focused on HR and Organizational Development projects for medium-sized business in various industries.
Focus of Teaching
- People in Organizations (Organizational Behavior)
- Strategic Human Resource Management
- Organizational Development
- Women coaches employment experiences in NCAA sports.
- Work-Life Balance at the intersection of roles and gender.
- Dual-Career Couples without Children.
- Graduate Committee Member at Holzschuh College of Business Administration
- Ph.D. Human Resources Management – York University, Toronto, Canada.
- Masters of Human Resource Management – York University, Toronto, Canada.
- BAS (Honors) Administrative Studies – York University, Toronto, Canada.