Tracy C. Krueger

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Behavioral/Social Scientist; Affiliate Faculty, Pardee RAND Graduate School
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Ph.D. in industrial-organizational psychology, George Mason; M.A. in industrial-organizational psychology, George Mason; B.S. in psychology, Davidson College


Tracy C. Krueger (maiden name McCausland) is a research scientist at the RAND Corporation working primarily on military manpower and personnel topics, and a member of the Pardee RAND Graduate School faculty. Her research at RAND frequently focuses on enhancing individual- and organizational-level performance by systematically examining work activities and worker attributes.

Recent work includes topics such as data-enabled recruiting practices for Airmen; selection, development, and Global Force Management for Special Operations Forces; as well as diversity in law enforcement. Her past research and consulting experiences have focused on topics such as leadership, teamwork, multiteam systems, training, retention, organizational culture, and program evaluation. Krueger has a B.S. in psychology from Davidson College and a Ph.D. in industrial-organizational psychology from George Mason University.