Dr. Natoya Hill Haskins, is an associate professor at William and Mary in Counselor Education. Her expertise encompasses school counseling and effective cross cultural training experiences for students of color. She has a diverse portfolio of research interests related to the operationalization of Critical Race Theory (CRT) in the practice of counselor education and school counseling. She has over 20 publications and has conducted over 40 scholarly talks/conference presentations. Dr. Haskins’ currently serves as the President of the Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, the largest regional association of counselor educators and chairs the Association of Counselor Education Leadership Development Committee, whose focus is addressing issues of access, equity, and diversity in the counselor education profession.