Suzanne Greenwald holds a PhD in education policy from the University of Chicago, a masterrsquo;s degree in education from Harvard University, and a bachelorrsquo;s degree in English and American literature from Brown University. Suzanne is an expert on school-to-work issues, work-related learning, and school/business partnerships. She is currently employed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, serving as an educational advisor to the Cambridge-MIT Institute. She lives in Westwood, Massachusetts. Sheila J. Curran has been the Fannie Mitchell executive director of Duke Universityrsquo;s Career Center since 2003, and has more than twenty-five years of experience advising students and graduates on career and employment issues. Prior to Duke, she was the director of Career Services at Brown University. Her earlier professional experience was in the field of human resources at three major universities, including the University of Michigan. In 1996, Sheila switched careers from human resources to career services, and discovered her true passion: helping liberal arts students and graduates attain their career dreams. Sheila lives in Durham, North Carolina.