Hillary J. Haldane, PhD, is a professor of anthropology at Quinnipiac University. She is committed to generating inclusive and diverse slates for the elections, and to ensure a heterogeneity of voices are contributing to the governance of the Society. Dr. Haldane has served as chair of the Spicer Committee and the Margaret Mead Committee, and was a co-founder of the Gender-Based Violence Topical Interest Group in 2008, now one of the longest running TIGs in the Society. Her research focuses on the efforts of Indigenous frontline workers to end violence in Aotearoa and Australia, and one of her co-edited publications, Applying Anthropology to Gender-Based Violence (Lexington, 2015) was built entirely through the membership and collaborative spirit of the TIG. Dr. Haldane has been a member of SfAA since 2004.