Today’s spotlight shines a bright light on Dr. Cheree Hammond. Dr. Hammond is a stalwart advocate of social justice, celebrating her birthday weekend at the women’s march in DC. She has been a faithful member of the MAC program since the fall of 2010 and is known for her whimsical humor, playful engagement, steadfast mentoring, and scholarly contributions to the profession. Prior to coming to EMU, Dr. Hammond taught undergrad and grad courses for several years at JMU and worked as a clinician at Shenandoah Academy and the McNulty Center. Her clinical work has centered around working with underserved children. Some of you may not know that Dr. Hammond has a penchant for sweets and coffee, a love of fashion, a deep curiosity about culture and language and a heart of gold. (Correction: Dr. Hammond was not in a punk rock band — she was a punk rock band groupie in college.