Stefanee is a fourth-year doctoral student from Temecula, California. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California, Riverside and her Master’s degree in Experimental Psychology from California State University, Northridge. Her research interests include the psychology of injury and women in sport. She has taught multiple classes in Sport and Exercise Psychology at WVU, including SEP 385 (Social Psychology of Sport), SEP 272 (Psychological Perspectives of Sport), SEP 271 (Sport in North American Society) and SEP 210 (Professional Issues). Stefanee is completing her counseling internship at the Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services where she is also involved in the MindFit Clinic. She is also enrolled in the University Teaching certificate program and plans to one day hold a tenure-track faculty position in SEP. In what little free time she has, Stefanee likes to hang out with her husband and cats, bake delicious treats, and cheer for the Indianapolis Colts.