Julie Zaloudek is a doctoral candidate in the Family Social Science Department at the University of Minnesota. She earned a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Wisconsin – Stout with a concentration in children and adolescence. Her internship experiences included providing individual counseling and career/educational counseling through Upward Bound Programs in five Wisconsin high schools and providing individual counseling for various ages and presenting issues through Christian Counseling Services in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. She also interned at Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless as part of her undergraduate political science major from the University of Wisconsin – River Falls. While pursuing a doctorate degree from the University of Minnesota in Family Social Science, her research focus is on the intersection of religion/spirituality and family life, sexuality, parenting, and gender roles. She currently teaches family policy, counseling theories, intimate relationships, and family resource management with most recent teaching experience at St. Mary’s University, UW – Stout, and the University of Minnesota. Ms. Zaloudek’s professional passion and developing area of expertise is technology enhanced learning with a focus on providing excellent teaching and learning opportunities in online formats.