Jill Stratton, Ph.D. serves as the Associate Dean of Undergraduate Residential Learning at Washington University in St. Louis. With over 20 years of experience in higher education, she has invested a great deal of time and energy in researching career joy and the concept of creative flow. In her doctoral program, in addition to researching emotional intelligence and leadership, she explored the intersection of happiness and flow in college students. Jill teaches the Psychology of Young Adulthood, Leaders in Context, and Civic Leadership at Washington U and has presented on strengths-based leadership, happiness and career joy on college campuses, national conferences, and seminars. Through opportunities to connect personally and professionally with scholars, writers, teachers, and artists on this topic, she is firmly convinced that the more time spent exploring flow and career joy, the more effective people will be in both their professional and personal lives.  To learn more about Jill’s work, visit her website at www.jillstratton.com.