Peggy Berry, PhD, is an accomplished occupational safety and health leader who seeks organizational challenges to apply, stretch, and expand her knowledge, skills, and abilities. Dr. Berry specializes in improving performance indicators focusing on workers’ compensation cost containment, safety, health and wellness of employees. Dr. Berry is a life-long learner, receiving her doctorate from the University of Cincinnati in 2015 studying the effects of workplace bullying on novice nurses in productivity and psychological well-being.
She is a past NIOSH Education and Resource Grant recipient and American Nurses Foundation Scholar. She is a Founding Fellow with the U. S. Academy of Workplace Bullying, Mobbing, and Abuse and a past Graduate Nurse Intern to OSHA and Malcolm Baldrige Examiner. She is currently writing a chapter on Workplace Bullying Prevalence in the United States for a two-volume anthology with other Fellows of the U.S. Academy of Workplace Bullying, Mobbing, and Abuse.
Specialties: Licensed RN, PhD Nursing Research
Certified Occupational Health Nurse-Specialist
Certified Senior Professional in Human Resource -CSP
Professional Legal Nurse Consultant
Founding Fellow of the U.S. Academy on Workplace Bullying, Mobbing & Abuse