Stacey Williams is a native of Hartford, Connecticut. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of South Carolina and moved to Georgia where she completed her master’s degree in Educational Psychology. Stacey has spent over ten years working for the Georgia Department of Corrections as an offender rehabilitation therapist. While working at the Georgia Department of Corrections, Stacey received the Governor’s Award (2005) for “Outstanding Achievement.” She started teaching Introduction to Psychology in 2004 as an adjunct instructor at Southern Polytechnic State University and is currently a lecturer. During the past eleven years at Southern Polytechnic State University, Stacey has taught a plethora of psychology courses: Abnormal, Developmental, Drugs and Society, Educational Psychology, History of Psychology, Human Sexuality, Diversity, Psychology of Aging, and an online junior seminar course. Stacey has been married for 22 years and has a son in college in Pennsylvania and a daughter currently attending the University of Georgia. She currently holds a counselor’s certification by the National Board of Certified Counselors, NBCC.