Bette Bonder, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, is known for her work on the prevention of occupational dysfunction for older adults and on cultural competency and reducing health disparities. Her contributions to the Standardized Assessments Committee helped direct the profession to focus on quality functional-based assessment. She has published 4 books and more than 45 papers and chapters; was the editor of OTJR; and has held multiple positions for AOTF, including serving on the Board of Trustees and chairing the Research Advisory Council. Bonder also has served on numerous AOTA committees devoted to enhancing the quality of graduate education. Read articles by Bonder at http://otjournal.net.