Jalie A. Tucker, PhD, MPH, is a clinical psychologist with public health experience who is Professor and Chair of the Department of Health Behavior, Research Director of the UAB Center for the Study of Community Health, and Director of the UAB Center for AIDS Research Behavioral and Community Science Core. She has 30 years of NIH-funded research guided by behavioral economics on substance abuse and related risk behaviors, including HIV/AIDS, using urban and rural community-dwelling and treatment populations. Recent projects include: (1) community-based studies of natural recovery from alcohol problems, a common pathway to problem resolution for a stigmatized disorder with low rates of help-seeking; (2) peer-driven sampling studies of health risk and protective behaviors among African American emerging adults living in disadvantaged urban communities; and (3) research on health risk and protective behaviors among rural substance users living with HIV/AIDS. Other expertise includes: (1) population and clinical perspectives on health services and health behavior change strategies; (2) strong measurement skills, particularly behavioral assessment of substance use, related risk factors, and associated contextual features; (3) telehealth (IVR) applications for field assessment and intervention; and (4) evidentiary pluralism as a strategy for evaluating the evidence base for practice and application. Dr. Tucker has written or edited 3 books and contributed to over 100 journal articles and book chapters. Her extensive service leadership record includes multiple contributions to the American Psychological Association (APA), including serving as first elected President of Division 50 (Addiction Psychology), 4-terms on the APA Council of Representatives as Division 50 representative, and member and chair of the APA Board of Scientific Affairs and the APA Board of Professional Affairs. She is a Fellow of six APA Divisions (1, 12, 25, 28, 38, 50) and the American Psychological Society and has served as assistant or associate editor and editorial board member of multiple journals, including currently the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs and Psychology of Addictive Behavior.