Amy M. Donley, PhD University of Central Florida United States
Amy Donley, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Central Florida. She is also the Director of the UCF Institute for Social and Behavioral Sciences. Her research generally focuses on social inequalities, specifically poverty, homelessness, and food insecurity. Her most recent book, entitled Hunger in the Land of Plenty: A Critical Look at Food Insecurity, was released in 2018.
J E Sumerau, PhD University of Tampa United States
J.E. Sumerau is the Director of Applied Sociology and an Assistant Professor at the University of Tampa. Dr. Sumerau previously taught at FSU while earning their PhD in Sociological Social Psychology, and their work focuses on the intersections of sexualities, gender, health, and religion in relation to societal patterns of violence and inequality. They are the author of over 70 scholarly books, articles, and chapters in edited volumes as well as the co-founder and editor of the academic blog Write Where It Hurts. For more information, please visit www.jsumerau.com.