Dr. Kelly Harding is an interdisciplinary feminist women’s health and disability scholar. She received her PhD in Interdisciplinary Rural and Northern Health from Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Kelly is the Director of Research Administration and a Research Associate with the Canada FASD Research Network and an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology at Laurentian University. She has expertise in fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) and works on diverse research projects in the areas of FASD prevention and women’s health, FASD assessment and diagnosis, family well-being, social media, mental health, and human rights. Kelly loves working with and mentoring students in both her not-for-profit and academic work, including leading the CanFASD Trainee Program. When not engaged in research, Kelly loves spending time with her partner and three cats and cheering on the Toronto Blue Jays!