I am an organizational scholar who studies how actions by organizations and their staff shape prosocial behavior and collective action outcomes. My current work focuses on studying organizations pursuing social missions including nonprofits, public schools, and social movements. One stream of research examines the consequences of organizational misconduct in nonprofits and public schools on prosocial behavior. I examine how, if at all, organizational misconduct creates opportunities for stakeholders to engage in activism and exercise voice. Specifically, I investigate how misconduct affects the future financial support of organizations pursuing similar missions but not directly engaged in the misconduct. Another stream of work focuses on how collective action affects the strategy and outcomes of other activists by providing valuable information to activists about firms may be vulnerable to subsequent activism.