Christine Smith, Ph.D., is an associate professor of psychology, human development, and women and gender studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She currently serves as spokesperson for the Association for Women in Psychology, a not-for-profit scientific and educational organization devoted to reevaluating and reformulating the role that psychology and mental health field generally play in women’s lives. She also serves on the Editorial Board of the journal Sex Roles and has coordinated the Teaching the Psychology of Women workshop for Division 35, the Society for the Psychology of Women of the American Psychological Association. Her research has been published in Psychology of Women Quarterly, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, and Sex Roles, and she has book chapters published in Handbook of Gender Research in Psychology (Chrisler & McCreary, 2010), Lectures on the Psychology of Women (Chrisler, Rozee, & Golden, 2008), and The Praeger Handbook on the Psychology of Gender (Paludi, 2004). A social psychologist by training, Christine enjoys statistics, dismantling patriarchy, theory, and teaching the next generation of psychologists to critique because they love. She also loves dogs, activism, and stand-up comedy, not necessarily in that order.