The Institute of Public and Preventive Health (IPPH) works to improve health, reduce health disparities, and prevent injuries and illnesses in Georgia through research, service, leadership, and training.
She earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University at Albany, and recently served as the Director of Doctoral Training in counseling psychology at Oklahoma State University. She currently serves as Chair of the American Psychological Association Board of Educational Affairs, as well as on APA CEO Dr. Arthur Evans' Opioid Advisory Group. Her research primarily focuses on multicultural psychotherapy and training, racial and socioeconomic inequity, Whiteness, and antiracism. She is also a licensed psychologist with expertise in cultural issues such as race, socioeconomic status, and LGBTQIA+ issues, addiction, and psychological assessment. When not working, she has two dogs and two cats whom she adores, and loves to travel and spend time at the beach or hiking.