Chemba Raghavan, Ph.D., is a visiting research scholar of Psychology from New College of Florida and currently serves as a Consultant for the regional headquarters of UNESCO and UNICEF, Bangkok. As a Consultant for the Asia-Pacific Programme on Education for All (APPEAL)-UNESCO, she is the Series Editor for several Advocacy Briefs relating to gender and how to address gender issues in policymaking, in the Asia-Pacific region. At UNICEF, she currently oversees a regional exercise for mapping resources and national data on early childhood from over 30 countries in the Asia-Pacific region. She also continues to publish peer-reviewed articles and make presentations based on her research (Project SAFARI) on immigrant gender role identities in the United States. Arlene E Edwards, Ph.D. is a community psychologist currently affiliated with the Career MPH Program at Emory University and teaches part time in the Department of Psychology at Morehouse College. Her research interests include attending to the themes found in Black women’s community work and conducting HIV/AIDS prevention research. She also runs a small nonprofit, The ELVA Collective, aimed at conducting collaborative, community-based work with a specific focus on the lives of Black women. Kim Vaz, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Women’s Studies at The University of South Florida, a faculty member of the Tampa Bay Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies. Vaz is author of The woman with the artistic brush: A life history of Yoruba batik artist, Nike Davies, from M.S. Sharpe Publications, and editor of Black women in America and Oral narrative research with Black women, both from Sage Publications. She has published Many Floridas: Women Envisioning Change (with Rhonda Ovist, Judy Hayden, Sharon Masters, 2007 from Cambridge Scholars Publishing and Florida without Borders: Women at the Intersections of the Local and Global (with Judy Hayden and Sharon Masters) again through Cambridge Scholars Publishing. She sees patients in her private practice for psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy.