Wayne Patterson is Professor of Computer Science at Howard University in Washington, DC. He was born in Moncton, Canada and received his bachelors and Masters in Honours Mathematics from the University of Toronto and his PhD in Mathematics from the University of Michigan. After a number of years away from the Academy, including a term as a member of the staff of Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, he returned to teaching, serving as the founder of the Computer Science Department at the Universite de Moncton, later as Associate Vice Chancellor for Research at the University of New Orleans, Vice President of the University of Charleston in South Carolina, and Howard for the past 17 years. His primary research area has been Cybersecurity, with a leading textbook in that field, approximately 60 scientific publications, and external research grants totaling more than $15 million. Dr. Winston-Proctor is a narrative personality psychologist. She is also Professor of Psychology at Howard University, Principal of Winston Synergy, L.L.C., and Co-Principal Investigator of the NSF HU ADVANCE-Institutional Transformation Initative. Her academic and practice work focus on the psychology of success of women within academic and corporate environments. Dr. Winston-Proctor also translates research to develop culturally relevant psychological science, research design & analysis, computational thinking, and behavioral cybersecurity education models for middle school, high school, and undergraduate learning environments. She is on the Editorial Board of the American Psychological Association journal, Qualitative Psychology, President of the Society of STEM Women of Color, and Vice Chair of the Board of Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science. She received the NSF CAREER Award for her early career work on the psychology of success and the meaning of race within the lives of African American scientists and engineers. This award is among the most prestigious awards for early career U.S. scientists and engineers. Dr. Winston-Proctor earned a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan and a B.S. from Howard University (Phi Beta Kappa). Previously, she served as Director of Educational Programs at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation and as a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Professor at Brown University.