Jason H. Byrd, PhD, D-ABFE, is a board certified forensic entomologist and diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Entomology. He is the current vice president of the American Board of Forensic Entomology, and the current president of the North American Forensic Entomology Association. Dr. Byrd is a bureau chief with the Florida Division of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and he serves as the associate director of the William R. Maples Center for Forensic Medicine, University of Florida College of Medicine. At the University of Florida, he instructs courses in forensic science at the University of Florida's nationally recognized Hume Honors College. He is also a faculty member of the Virginia Institute of Forensic Science and Medicine. Outside of academics Dr. Byrd serves as an administrative officer within the National Disaster Medical System, Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team, Region IV. He also serves as the logistics chief for the Florida Emergency Mortuary Operations Response System. Dr. Byrd is a fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Patricia Norris, DVM, is director of the Veterinary Division Animal Welfare Section of the NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services in North Carolina. She was previously the staff veterinarian for the Dona Ana County Sheriff's Office, the only position of its kind in the country. She provided veterinary forensic services for their cases of animal cruelty and animal crime, and was commonly asked to assist other law enforcement agencies throughout New Mexico. She has served as veterinarian for the New Mexico Animal Sheltering Board since its inception in 2007 and was a member of the DASO Mounted Patrol Horseback Search and Rescue team. Dr. Norris was in private veterinary practice for 25 years in Virginia, North Carolina, and New Mexico. She served as veterinarian at the Duke University Primate Center to provide care for their colony of endangered lemurs. She also served as veterinarian for the Pitt County Board of Health and on the County Animal Response Teams for Pitt and Madison counties. Nancy Bradley-Siemens, DVM, has been a veterinarian for 24 years. She started out in private practice and eventually ended up in emergency medicine. The majority of her career has been in shelter medicine working for both animal control agency and a nonprofit humane society. She was the chief veterinarian at Maricopa County Animal Care & Control for 2 years and the chief veterinarian and eventually the medical director for the Arizona Humane Society. She served as a reserve police officer for over 12 years; 3 of those years as a detective with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Animal Crimes Unit in the Phoenix area. She was an adjunct assistant clinical professor at Midwestern University College of Veterinary Medicine for 2 years. More recently, she has been a full-time assistant clinical professor of Shelter Medicine at MWU.