Suzanne M. Peloquin, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, is known for her work related to the history and service of the profession; the nature, character, and art of occupational therapy practice; and the unique manifestations of the profession’s ethos. Her work on integrative approaches to education has been published in allied health, occupational therapy, and physical therapy journals. She has written several book chapters and numerous articles in AJOT and in international journals. She delivered the Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecture on reclaiming the heart of occupational therapy in 2005. Read Peloquin’s Slagle Lecture.