Charlotte Brasic Royeen, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, is a major force in developing interprofessional curriculum, including writing a ground-breaking article on the topic published in the Journal of Allied Health Professions. She has served on accreditation and educations standards committees for physical therapy and dental therapy. A noted scholar and educator in the occupational therapy profession who has more than 75 publications, won over $5 million in grants, and worked on 4 major books, Royeen has served on AOTA’s Board of Directors and chaired the Education Special Interest Section, in addition to sitting on numerous other significant AOTA committees. She was awarded the Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lectureship in 2003. Read Royeen’s Slagle Lecture here.