Lisa L. Moore, LICSW, PhD (she/her) is a Senior Lecturer and Director of the A.M. program in Social Work, Social Policy, and Social Administration at the Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice. Her scholarship is broad and reflects her varying interests and commitments to distinct communities. Her scholarship has addressed the ways policies influence the relationships of Gullah Families on St. Helena Island, as well as broadly concerned with the impact of multiple forms of oppression on the labor of black women, relationship building and sustainability across difference in the spaces of housing and higher education. Her clinical scholarship and training ventures into more theoretical spheres of thinking about Fanon's work on phobogenesis as a space for considering the ways racism is operationalized and somatic experiencing. Lisa continues to offer groups and sees a few clients in a very small private practice. She enthusiastically identifies as a Black feminist/Black lesbian parent to two energetic children (Rustin, 8 and Essex 14).