Evan Auguste, MA is an incoming Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Boston. His research is focused on the impact of racial trauma on justice-involved adolescents and on leveraging African-Centered psychology to optimize interventions. As a part of his clinical training, he has consulted and provided evaluations for justice-involved people seeking parole and provided treatment and advocacy to justice-involved people in forensic hospitals. He also writes on and advocates for leveraging the history of Haitian scholarship and practice for the well-being of Haitian people. He is currently the Co-Chair for the Association of Black Psychologists Select Implementation Group.