Jennifer Curry, Ph. D., Professor, teaches in the counselor education program at Louisiana State University. She has served as an elementary, middle, and high school counselor. Her research interests include career and college readiness and school counselor induction and development. She has published over 50 peer reviewed articles and five books including Promising Practices for High School Apprenticeships published by the American School Counselor Association, P-12 Career and College Readiness Counseling (2nd ed.) published by Springer and co-authored with Amy Milsom, and African Americans’ Career and College Readiness: The Journey Unraveled, co-edited with M. Ann Shillingford-Butler and published by Lexington. She has presented her work nationally and internationally on a wide range of school counseling topics at over 100 professional conferences. Dr. Curry serves as the associate editor for career and college readiness of Professional School Counseling, the flagship journal of the American School Counselor Association. She has served as a delegate of ASCA’s national assembly, President of the Louisiana School Counselor Association (LSCA), and President of the Association for Spiritual, Ethical and Religious Values in Counseling. She is the recipient of LSU’s Distinguished Faculty Award, Vanderbilt’s Roger Aubrey Northstar award, the American Counseling Association’s (ACA) Ross Trust Award for School Counseling, the Biggs-Pine publication award, ASERVIC’s Meritorious Service Award and ASERVIC’s Judith Miranti Lifetime Service Award, LSU’s College of Education Early Career Award, LSCA’s Publication Award, Louisiana Counseling Association’s (LCA) Advocacy Award, and LCA’s Research Award.