Kristin Saboe, Ph.D., is an Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, Army veteran, and strategist.
She currently is the Head of Employee Voice at Google and is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University. In addition, she authored and led the company's talent strategy for Veterans and Military Spouses. Dr. Saboe previously led Employee Listening, Research, and Talent Strategy at The Boeing Company. Before this, she served in the U.S. Army as a Research Psychologist establishing strategy and policy founded in science-backed practices.
Her writing, research, and community involvement focus on human performance optimization, employment policies and strategies for minority populations, leadership, and employee voice. She is the author of the edited book, Military Veterans Employment: A Guide for the Data-Driven Leader, the recipient of early career psychologist awards from the Society for Military Psychology (2019) and the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology (2020), was recognized for her national leadership by the President George W Bush Institute in 2019, and is a fellow of Division 19: Society for Military Psychology. She received her Ph.D. and M.A. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from University of South Florida.