Jennifer Abe is a Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology at Loyola Marymount University. She completed the Ignatian Colleagues program (Cohort 2: 2009-11), while serving as an Associate Dean in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts ( (2005-10). Jennifer’s scholarship centers around culturally responsive mental health service delivery to ethnically diverse populations, with a focus on help-seeking among Asian Americans. From 2013-15, Jennifer lived and worked in Córdoba, Argentina, as a founding co-director of LMU’s Casa de la Mateada study abroad program, modeled to train students towards a “well-educated solidarity.” She continues to support the program through administrative responsibilities at LMU. Currently, her scholarly work centers around “cultural humility” in mental heath service delivery as well as an examination of the transformative character of students’ experiences abroad in Argentina. She also serves as a member of the statewide evaluation team through the LMU Psychology Applied Research Center (PARC) for the 5-year California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP). Jennifer teaches courses in Liberation Psychologies (founded by the life and work of Fr. Ignacio Martin-Baró, SJ) and Spirituality, Culture, and Psychology, in addition to general courses in Psychology.