Dr. Karen Quintiliani is an applied cultural anthropologist specializing in community based research. Her areas of research areas have included political violence and reconciliation; cultural history of the Cambodian immigrant experience; social welfare policy; gender and sexuality; health; youth cultures; and program development and evaluation. She is interested in global transitional spaces where cultures, symbols and rituals intersect to create new possibilities for interaction and sometimes for conflict.
Dr. Zachary DuBois is a biocultural, medical anthropologist who conducts health dispartiies research to better understand social determinants of health among vulnerable groups. He is interested in expanding our understanding of how stress is experienced and embodied and exploring novel approaches to health and healing