Dr. Dominiqua M. Griffin, NCC, is a tenure track Assistant Professor of School Counseling at California State University, Fresno. She focuses on school counseling, multiculturalism, and international education to advance school counselling systems domestically and internationally. She centers Barbados school counseling and understanding their roles and challenges. Dr. Griffin’s research extends to school-family-community partnerships and she is one of the co-authors on a collaborative book chapter. She is interested in influencing policy regarding counseling services for K-12 and university settings. She attended the Pennsylvania State University for her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision, with a Dual Title in Comparative and International Education. She worked previously as a school counselor in Washington, D.C., where she earned her Master’s from Howard University. Dr. Griffin serves as a Board Member for The Global Center for School Counseling Outcome Research Evaluation and Development and she is an editor for their peer-reviewed journal. This Bronx native received Honorable Mention from the American Association for Blacks in Higher Education and the dissertation grant from Penn State’s Africana Research Center for her work on school counseling in Barbados. Lastly, she owns BlackWomenPhDs®, a digital platform that celebrates Black Women earning doctorates.