Jennifer A. Stollman Ph.D. is a national and international equity consultant specializing in building and sustaining inclusive workplaces and educational spaces. After earning her doctorate at Michigan State University and the University of Michigan focusing on collective and individual identities related to race, class, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, and religion, Dr. Stollman spent over 20 years as a professor of history. She worked at large and small colleges and universities in the Midwest, the South, and the West training students how to use history to advance contemporary justice efforts. For 5 years, she worked as the Academic Director at the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation. At the Institute, she developed and honed diversity, equity, and inclusion techniques that can easily be used by individuals in their professional, community, and personal lives to minimize unproductive biased thinking and action. When it comes to equity and inclusion, she believes that everyone is capable of extraordinary and positive efforts. When Dr. Stollman is not working, she enjoys hiking the Southwest, cycling America’s roads, chasing her sweet dogs, Lincoln, Maisie, and Abby.