Leadership & Organization

Linda Barrington
Executive Director
1 (212) 340-2849
Barrington has completed research on labor market trends, compensation and rewards, and workforce barriers for underrepresented populations. She has published in the Review of Economics and Statistics, the Journal of Economic History, the Historical Statistics of the U.S., and the WorldatWork Journal, as well as numerous business reports. Her recent book Employment and Work: Key Issues and Future Directions is published in the SAGE Reference Series on Disability. Read more…
Hassan Enayati
Research Associate
1 (607) 255-4877
Enayati’s research focus includes methodological approaches to studying labor economics broadly and the employment of individuals with disabilities in particular, with a particular focus on the transition of youth into the workplace. He serves as a student research mentor on projects addressing compensation, and is also Research Associate with the Employment and Disability Institute at Cornell University and a Lecturer in the Department of Economics at Cornell University. Read more…
Sophia Harmon
Administrative Support
1 (607) 255-4424
Harmon provides administrative support and oversees Ithaca-based events for the Institute for Compensation Studies
Katherine Solis Fonte
Program Coordinator
1 (212) 340-2873
Solis Fonte manages program operations and New York City-based events for the Institute for Compensation Studies.

The Institute for Compensation Studies continues to benefit from consultation with Founding Director, Kevin F. Hallock. Hallock is the Kenneth F. Kahn Dean of School of Industrial and Labor Relations, and Joseph R. Rich '80 Professor of Economics and Human Resource Studies. His recent projects include research on executive and board compensation, wage differentials, and retirement systems. Hallock’s most recent book, PAY: Why People Earn What They Earn, is published by Cambridge University Press. Read more…