Dr. Judith Stillion
Judith Stillion is professor emerita of psychology and currently serves as a consultant on a variety of issues including meaningful aging, applied positive psychology, facilitation of grief groups, and strategic planning for individuals and groups.
Dr. Stillion's varied career includes teaching and counseling in the public schools and at the university level. She also served as associate and vice-chancellor for academic affairs at Western Carolina University, associate vice-president for academic affairs in the University of North Carolina system, and founding director of the Institute for Leadership, Ethics, and Character at Kennesaw State University.
Dr. Stillion has written three books and numerous chapters and articles in her fields of expertise, which include suicide across the life span, aging, gender, and bereavement issues.