I am a professor of Health, Human Function, and Rehabilitation Sciences and Associate Dean for Evaluation and Educational Research at the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences. I received my PhD in educational psychology from the University of Connecticut and accrued more than 23 years of leadership experience as a Captain in the U.S. Navy prior to my arrival at GW. In my current role, I direct the Office of Evaluation for the MD Program, teach graduate courses in the Doctorate of Health Sciences (DHSc) Leadership in Clinical Practice and Education program, conduct extramurally funded educational research, and mentor students and early/mid-career faculty. As a researcher, I have been the principal or associate investigator on more than a dozen grant-funded research projects and am currently the PI on two active, multi-institutional grants. My most highly cited works are a blend of research and education articles on topics ranging from analyzing and interpreting survey data, understanding academic motivation and self-regulated learning among medical students and practicing physicians, measuring long-term physician outcomes, and developing questionnaires for educational research. I am a deputy editor for the Journal of Graduate Medical Education, assistant editor for Academic Medicine, and associate editor for Perspectives on Medical Education. I am a member of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education and am a fellow of both the Association for Medical Education in Europe and the Aerospace Medical Association. I have published 250 scientific articles and book chapters and have conducted more than 150 invited talks, research presentations, and conference workshops on learning and assessment for international audiences around the globe.