Derald Wing Sue is Professor of Psychology and Education in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University. He was the Co-Founder and first President of the Asian American Psychological Association, Past President of the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues (Division 45) and Past President of the Society of Counseling Psychology (Division 17 of the American Psychological Association). He was invited to address President Clinton’s Race Advisory Board on the National Dialogue on Race in 1996 and participated in a Congressional Briefing on the Psychology of Racism. Some of his more recent works have concentrated on unmasking the invisibility of racism by proposing antiracism measures. He has also done extensive cultural diversity training for many Fortune 500 companies, business, industry, government, education, and mental health organizations. His work is recognized not only on a national level, but on an international one as well. Dr. Sue has presented and traveled in Asia, New Zealand and Europe. As recognition of his outstanding contributions, Dr. Sue has been the recipient of numerous awards from professional organizations, educational institutions, and community groups. As evidence of Dr. Sue's stature in the field, a national Fordham University study of multicultural publications and scholars concluded that "Impressively, Derald Wing Sue is without doubt the most influential multicultural scholar in the United States".