Jeffrey Wilson is a former Director of the School of Health Management and Policy in the W. P. Carey School of Business and a former Chair of the Editorial Board of American Journal of Public Health. He is an Associate Professor of Statistics and Biostatistics and former Director and co-Director of the Biostatistics Core in the NIH Center for Alzheimer at Arizona State University. His leadership experiences include roles as Arizona representative to American Statistical Association; Chair for Section on Statistics APHA; the Director of the Interdisciplinary Program in Statistics at Arizona State University; and Past President of the Arizona Chapter of the American Statistical Association and chair, Editorial Board of AJPH. In 1997, he was assigned to serve as a biostatistician on the Presidential committee on non-conventional practices to medicine. He is a former member of the Journal of Health Education and of Membership Committee of American United Program Health Association. He is also the former chair of the Intercollegiate Athletic Board at Arizona State University, and served as the chair of the Gender, Diversity, and Student Well-being subcommittee accreditation process in the third cycle of the University’s NCAA review. He is also the former President of the PAC-12 council and the present PAC-12 FAR representative to 1A FAR association. He is presently the Statistics Associate Editor for The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology and the Faculty Athletics Representative for the Arizona State University. Dr. Wilson received his BA in Mathematics from the University of the West Indies and a MS and PhD in Statistics from the Iowa State University.