Craig N. Shealy, PhD (http://ibavi.org/content/craig-n-shealy-phd.php) is Executive Director of the International Beliefs and Values Institute (IBAVI) and Professor of Psychology at Western Washington University. Craig Shealy leads a range of international activities including the Cultivating the Globally Sustainable Self Summit Series; various research and applied projects from the Summit Series will be published in a book that Craig is editing for Oxford University Press. Shealy, Merry Bullock, and Shagufa Kapadia also co-edit Going Global: How Psychology and Psychologists Can Meet a World of Need, a forthcoming volume from APA Books, which presents the work of leading psychologists in the United States and internationally. Craig Shealy’s research on the etiology, maintenance, and transformation of beliefs and values – explicated through Equilintegration (EI) Theory, the EI Self, and the Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory (BEVI) – has been featured in multiple publications, including Making Sense of Beliefs and Values: Theory, Research, and Practice, a recent volume with Springer Publishing, and other scholarly forums. The BEVI is used in a wide array of settings and contexts (e.g., clinical, educational, forensic, leadership, organizational), both in the United States and internationally, and has been selected for several grant-based initiatives. A licensed clinical psychologist, Dr Shealy is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, Past President of the APA’s Division of International Psychology, a recipient of the Early Career Award from the APA’s Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy, a Nehru Chair at the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India, and a National Register Legacy of Excellence Psychologist.