Kathi Fuller MA, LLP is currently a consultant specializing in personal health from a holistic perspective, multicultural education, community development, team building, interpreter training, and project management. She is also a part-time professor in Holistic and Integrative Health Program at Western Michigan University (WMU), where she has taught for the past eighteen years. Ms. Fuller served for three years as Undergraduate Coordinator in the Holistic and Integrative Health Services Program at Western Michigan University, were she continues to teach. The Program offers an undergraduate minor, and a graduate certificate. In addition to her regular duties, she also developed and conducted a semester long study abroad seminar in Mexico for health professions students. Ms. Fuller served as director of the Rural Health Education Program at WMU. The Rural Health Education Program developed internships sites throughout rural southwest Michigan for health professions students from WMU and Ferris State University. Ms. Fuller has served as a Peace Corp volunteer, and worked as a juvenile probation officer, community mental health liaison, program director, and professor. She is bilingual in English and Spanish. Ms. Fuller holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from WMU, has made numerous presentations at national conferences, and continues to conduct workshops on request. She is bi-lingual in English/Spanish.