Glenda R. Elliott, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, is Associate Professor Emerita of the UAB Counselor Education program. She served on the faculty from 1973 to 1994 and continued to teach as an adjunct until 2000. A charter member of Zeta Chapter, she also served as a faculty advisor. She is a licensed professional counselor, certified counselor supervisor, national certified counselor, and educational consultant. The former Coordinator of Training for the UAB Safe Zone program (2001-2012) and co-founder of the Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling of Alabama (2005), Dr. Elliott currently serves on the Coordinating Committee of the Alabama Safe Schools Coalition and is a member of the board of Friends of Jung-South. She received both the UAB Ingalls Award for Excellence in Teaching and the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching as well as numerous awards from the Alabama Counseling Association; namely, the Professional Development Award, the Professional Service Award, the Wilbur A. Tincher Humanitarian and Caring Person Award (twice), the Fannie R. Cooley Award for Professional Development, and the Individual Publication Award for her work, When Values and Ethics Conflict: The Counselor’s Role and Responsibility, 2011. Her other recognitions include the Chi Sigma Iota International Outstanding Counseling Supervisor Practitioner Award, the Equality Alabama Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Billy Jack Gaither Humanitarian Award.