Photo of Avery, Atiya

Atiya Avery

Doctoral Student in Management Information Systems

Related Sites:

About

Experience

  • National Science Foundation IGERT Research Fellow (August 2016 - Present)
    Department of Information and Decision Sciences
    The University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant/Instructor
    (August 2013 - May 2016)
    Department of Information and Decision Sciences
    The University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Underwriting Consultant/Agency Underwriter/Agency Management Underwriter
    (May 2008 - August 2012)
    Underwriting and State Management Organization
    MetLife Auto & Home
  • Barista
    (March 2008 - June 2008)
    CafeNineteen
  • Underwriting Intern/Risk Analyst
    (May 2005 - May 2008)
    Underwriting and State Management Organization
    MetLife Auto & Home
  • Prescription Refund Processor
    (May 2004 - August 2004)
    Universal Prescription Solutions
  • Grill Cook
    (June 2002 - May 2004)
    McDonalds

Classes Taught

  • Teaching Assistant graduate level Audit Control Information Systems.
  • Teaching Assistant graduate level Information Infrastructure Planning and Security.
  • Instructor undergraduate level Introduction to Management Information Systems.
  • Teaching Assistant graduate level Supply Chain Management.
  • Teaching Assistant graduate level Operations Management.
  • Teaching Assistant graduate level Advanced Database Management.
  • Teaching Assistant mixed level Business Systems Project.
  • Teaching Assistant undergraduate Business Statistics II.
  • Instructor undergraduate Operations Management.
  •  Teaching Assistant undergraduate Business Model Simulation.

Selected Publications

  • Avery, A.; Ramaprasad, A. “Cybersecurity Scenario Modeling for Business Continuity: An Academic Literature Review.” Selected Poster Presentation at Women in Cybersecurity Conference (WiCys 2017).
  • Avery, A.; Ranganathan ,C. “Financial Performance Impacts of Information Security Breaches.” Proceedings of the 11th Annual Workshop on Information Security and Privacy (WISP 2016).
  • Obganufe,O.; Avery, A. “Breaching News: Does Media Coverage Increase the Effects of Data Breach Event Disclosures on Firm Market Value?” Proceedings of the 11th Annual Workshop on Information Security and Privacy (WISP 2016).
  • Avery, A.; Tafti, A.; Watson-Manheim, M. “IT-Enabled Labor Sourcing: A Conceptual Framework and Research Agenda.” Proceedings of the 22nd Annual America’s Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2016).
  • Avery, A. “Just Do IT! Web 2.0 and the Breaking of the Tacit Dimension for Knowledge Acquisition.” Proceedings of the 19th Annual Southern Association of Information Systems Conference (SAIS 2016).
  • Avery, A.; Cheek, K. “Analytics Governance: Towards a Definition and Framework.” Proceedings of the 21st Annual America’s Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2015).
  • Avery, A.; Tafti, A; Watson-Manheim,M. “IT Enabled Labor Transformations: Offshoring and Contingent Labor as Antecedents to Automation.” Presented at 3rd International Workshop on Changing Nature of Work (CNow 2015).
  • Lundquist, D.; Avery, A.; Ouksel, A. “A Survey of Recent Ontological Approaches to Cyber-Security.” Paper presented (by J.Pendergrass)  at Third Franco-American Workshop on Cybersecurity (12/09/14).
  • Avery, A.;  Aljarallah, A. “Do you Belong in that Space? Measuring the Characteristics and Impacts of Homophily in Premiere IS Co-Authorship Themes.” (Research in Progress).

Notable Honors

2017, Scholarship, Women in Cybersecurity Conference

2013-2016, Pre-Doctoral Fellowship , University of Illinois at Chicago

2012, Featured Success Story, INROADS

2004-2008, Scholar, Hope Scholar

Education

PhD Candidate
University of Illinois at Chicago
Doctor of Philosophy: Management Information Systems

Georgia State University
Master of Science: Managerial Sciences, Dual concentration in Business Analysis and Operations Management
Bachelor of Business Administration: Risk Management & Insurance, Robinson College of Business Honors Program

CompTIA Security+ Candidate
Expected completion Spring 2017

Associate of Risk Management Designation (ARM)
Completed January 2011, this designation emphasizes an applied risk management decision-making process to any organization's exposures to accidental and business losses

(Expired) Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) Candidate
Completed exams in Insurance Operations, Business Law for Insurance Professionals, Finance and Accounting for Insurance Professionals