Emily Steinau, MA – I/O Associate
Mrs. Steinau earned her MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Xavier University and came to Fields in 2010 with over a decade’s worth of experience. As an I/O Associate with Fields, Mrs. Steinau works with many of our police, fire and sheriff department clients. She worked closely with Dr. Fields on the selection process for the new chief of the Virginia State Capitol Police. Mrs. Steinau has also been heavily involved in job analysis, test item/exercise writing, administration, training, and analysis of scores. Prior to moving to the Washington, DC, metro area, Mrs. Steinau worked in human resources for two large governments in Florida, Palm Beach County and City of Jacksonville. In addition to developing and validating tests at these agencies, Mrs. Steinau performed compensation analyses, conducted organizational studies, trained managers on behavioral interviewing and designed employee satisfaction surveys. At City of Jacksonville, she earned the Mayor’s Quality Award for her involvement in the City’s quality improvement efforts. Mrs. Steinau also has experience in program evaluation. She has worked with several private sector organizations to design measurable organizational goals, define benchmarks and implement reports to monitor organizational progress. She is currently a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).