Paul A. Datti, Ph.D., CRC, HS-BCP is an Associate Professor at the University of Scranton where he directs the Counseling and Human Services program. Paul is a graduate of Penn State University’s Counselor Education and Supervision doctoral program and the University of Scranton’s Rehabilitation Counseling master’s program. Committed to diversity, Paul participates in many diversity-related initiatives and committees at the University of Scranton and in the community, was the recipient of Penn State’s College of Education Diversity Enhancement Award for 2009, the University of Scranton’s Award for Excellence in Diversity in Teaching in 2014, and serves on the University of Scranton Diversity and Inclusion Council. Paul is the Immediate Past President of the Pennsylvania Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling and a Past President of the Pennsylvania Counseling Association (a state branch of the American Counseling Association). Paul has provided several LGBTQ+ related trainings at state and national conferences, for community organizations, and to hundreds of faculty, staff, and students at the University of Scranton.. In addition to his extensive clinical and service work, Paul’s research and scholarly interests include HIV/AIDS (with concentration on the Latino population), LGBTQ+ career issues, disability, and intersectionality.