is Associate Director of the Center for Health Information and Communication at the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center, Associate Research Professor in the IUPUI Department of Psychology, and Research Director for the ACT Center of Indiana. Her professional work involves both grant-funded health services research and research administration. Her research interests include a variety of areas regarding workforce development in health services, including the implementation of specific evidence-based mental health services and the general study of implementation strategies and tools, such as fidelity assessment methods, outcomes measurement, health authority policy development and technical assistance, and facilitation techniques to shape provider behavior. Rollins and her colleagues also have begun studying staff burnout and interventions to prevent or reduce burnout, primarily in health services staff but also expanding to other social service providers and other groups as well. In her research and consultation projects, Rollins has taken great strides to work collaboratively with service providers, their administrators, patients, family members, and policymakers at the state and federal levels. She has recently traveled to Eldoret, Kenya to collaborate with Moi University faculty in psychiatry, psychology, and social work to expand mental health services implementation in rural sub-Saharan Africa. She continues to write collaborative grant proposal with these partners to fund international mental health work. In addition to her professional background, Rollins is mother to a Kinshasa-born child. She is determined to give back to the people of the Democratic Republic of Congo for the honor of mothering a spirited Congolese daughter.