Christian D. Chan is an Assistant Professor of Counseling at Idaho State University, Member-at-Large for the Association for Adult Development and Aging (AADA), and Past-President of Maryland Counseling Association. His interests revolve around intersectionality of cultural and social identity; multiculturalism in counseling, supervision, and counselor education; social justice; career development; critical research methods; acculturative stress; intergenerational conflict; and cultural factors in identity development and socialization. His prior professional experiences include case management with foster care adolescents, career development, higher education administration, intensive outpatient counseling, and outpatient counseling, providing individual, couples, parent-child, group, and family counseling services. Within higher education, he has served as an instructor and co-instructor to Master's and doctoral students in clinical mental health counseling; school counseling; marriage, couple, and family counseling; rehabilitation counseling; and counselor education and supervision. In addition to contributions of peer-reviewed publications in journals, books, and edited volumes and 78 refereed presentations at the national, regional, and state, he recently received the American Counseling Association Courtland C. Lee Multicultural Excellence Scholarship Award and Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Outstanding Graduate Student Leadership Award.