Jennifer Lee Hoffman: I am an educator and scholar of student affairs and higher education. I have led courses and workshops for educators and campus leaders in Canada, Saudi Arabia, and in US. Currently, I am an associate professor in the College of Education at the University of Washington and I facilitate an annual preconference seminar at the Association for the Study of Higher Education. My research focuses the intersection of the purposes of education, policy, and higher education, including a special focus on lack of women in senior levels of leadership in intercollegiate athletics. I have also explored the unintended consequences of state and federal gender equity policy for all women, with a recent publication on climate for women athletes and current work on the failure of Title IX policy to fully reach women of color in higher education. My scholarship on gendered policies and practices in higher education appears in several books and publications, including Empowering Women in Higher Education and Student Affairs: Theory, Research, Narratives, Practice and in Re/constructing Policy in Higher Education: Feminist Post-structural Perspectives, and College Athletes’ Rights and Well-Being. I am a current member of the NASPA Journal About Women in Higher Education Editorial Board.