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  • Our Contributors

Amanda Bland is the assessment and referral coordinator at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center and the owner of INTUIT Counseling, LLC in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Lynn Bohecker is an assistant professor and MCFC track coordinator in the department of Graduate Counselor Education at Northwest Nazarene University.

Tarah Crosser is a high school counselor in the Shelley School District in Shelley, Idaho.

Sara P. Diaz is an assistant professor of women's and gender studies at Gonzaga University.

Dave Ellenwood is a librarian at Seattle Central College.

Denise Hattwig is the Digital Scholarship and Collections Curator at the University of Washington Bothell/Cascadia College Library. She is lead author of ACRL's Visual Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education. She holds an MA degree in art history from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University and an MLIS from the University of Washington.

Taylor Hiner holds a BA degree in media and communication studies from the University of Washington Bothell.

Jarret Henning, Rebecca Holder, Ellie Hosnell, Harrison Kiffel, Lauren Lebwohl, and Caitlin McReavy are a group of current and former teachers and students at Oregon High School in Oregon, Wisconsin.

Kirsten LaMantia is the Counselor Education Training Clinic Coordinator and an assistant professor of counseling in the Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling at Southeast Missouri State University.

Sharmila Lodhia is an associate professor of women's and gender studies at Santa Clara University. She earned her JD degree from Hastings College of Law in San Francisco and her PhD degree in women's studies from the University of California, Los Angeles. Her research examines legal responses to violence against women through a transnational feminist lens. [End Page 85]

Julie D. Shayne is a senior lecturer in interdisciplinary arts and sciences and the faculty coordinator of gender, women, and sexuality studies at the University of Washington Bothell. She is the author and editor of three books: The Revolution Question: Feminisms in El Salvador, Chile, and Cuba (Rutgers University Press, 2004), They Used to Call Us Witches: Chilean Exiles, Culture, and Feminism (Lexington, 2009), and Taking Risks: Feminist Activism and Research in the Americas (SUNY Press, 2014).

Holly Wagner is an assistant professor of school counseling in the Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling at Southeast Missouri State University. [End Page 86]

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ISSN
1934-6034
Print ISSN
0882-4843
Pages
pp. 85-86
Launched on MUSE
2018-08-24
Open Access
No
Archive Status
Ceased Publication
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