Bo Hyun Lee, PhD

Dr. Bo Hyun Lee is an assistant professor in the Counseling Psychology program at the Ohio State University and a Faculty Associate in the Center for Education and Training for Employment (CETE).
Dr. Lee’s research interest lies at the nexus of vocational psychology, social justice training and advocacy, and inequity in the world of work. Her research broadly focuses on equity, justice, and access both at work and in pursuit of work. Dr. Lee takes an intersectional approach to understanding the influence of oppression and marginalization on academic achievement and career development among members from oppressed groups. With her focus on cultural and contextual influence on individuals’ career development, Dr. Lee addresses inequities in STEM by investigating a variety of cultural and contextual factors. Additionally, Dr. Lee strives to name and the structural inequity within the education system that could guide the culturally and contextually sustaining intervention and support for the oppressed groups.
Dr. Lee has served as an editorial board member for the Journal of Career Development, as well as the Journal of Career Assessment, and has been recognized for her work, including Donald E. Super Fellowship and Joseph A. Johnson Research Award.  She has also served diverse roles for leadership, committee, and volunteering, including IMOC convention planning subcommittee in Division 17, American Psychological Association.