Cristina Rubino received her Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational psychology from the University of Houston. Her major research interests include employee health and well-being, diversity, and teams. Her work focuses on expanding established stress-strain models, examining diversity at both the individual and team levels, and integrating well-being research within the team context to identify additional factors that impact team outcomes. She has published academic articles in journals such as Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Stress & Health, and International Journal of Selection and Assessment. She also has applied her expertise by leading and participating on a variety of large-scale projects focused on job analysis, training, team composition, customer satisfaction, and mentoring with numerous organizations, including City of Los Angeles, ExxonMobil, and NASA. She has also presented her research at the top conferences, including the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Academy of Management annual meetings.