Kimberly Durham, Psy.D., is Dean of the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice at Nova Southeastern University. She has spent over 20 years developing and overseeing human services, criminal justice, and health related research, academic programs, curriculum, and clinical programs, and prior to her role at the Fischler College, she served as Chair of the Department of Justice and Human Services within the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Durham has served on numerous academic and community councils, boards, and committees throughout her professional career, and has served as Community Liaison for all NSU clinics for 15 years. In collaboration with community partners, she has facilitated a number of initiatives aimed at easing the transition to civilian life for returning military veterans and their families, including NSU’s Veterans Resource Center. In addition, Dr. Durham provides oversight for the NSU-Broward Sheriff’s Office partnership, which has resulted in educational and research opportunities, national and local conferences, and community outreach for Broward Sheriff’s Office employees and the community.