Matthew J. Grawitch, PhD, is a professor in Saint Louis University's (SLU) School for Professional Studies (SPS), the academic unit responsible for providing education to working professionals. During his time at SPS, he has held numerous roles, including chair of the Organizational Studies Program, director of the Leadership and Organizational Development master's program, associate dean of academic development, and interim dean.Dr. Grawitch currently serves as the associate dean of graduate and professional education. In that role, he performs two primary duties. He guides the direction of graduate education within the school, focusing specifically on the MA program in Leadership and Organizational Development and the MS program in Applied Analytics while teaching courses in the areas of leadership, the healthy workplace, and evidence-based decision making. He also works with the Center for Workforce and Organizational Development at SLU to oversee assessment and consultation services for client organizations and leads research and analytic efforts at the school.Dr. Grawitch conducts most of his research in the areas of stress and the healthy workplace and currently serves as the primary research consultant to APA for its Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program. He is dedicated to bridging the gap between scientists and practitioners as it relates to developing, implementing, and evaluating programs related to workplace health and stress. He is a frequent writer and presenter on psychological health in the workplace.Dr. Grawitch received his doctorate degree in organizational psychology from Saint Louis University.David W. Ballard, PsyD, MBA, is assistant executive director for organizational excellence at APA. In that capacity, he provides leadership, direction, evaluation, and management for all activities related to APA's Center for Organizational Excellence, which works to benefit society and improve people's lives through the application of psychology to a broad range of workplace issues.The Center houses APA's Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program (PHWP), a public education initiative designed to engage the employer community, raise public awareness about the value psychology brings to the workplace, and promote programs and policies that enhance employee well-being and organizational performance. The PHWP includes APA's Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards; support of local programs currently implemented by 56 state, provincial, and territorial psychological associations; and a variety of resources for employers and the psychologists who work with them.Dr. Ballard has provided research, consultation, and training services to government agencies, corporations, medical schools, and universities in the areas of workplace health and productivity, public health, prevention, and health care finance and has experience in management, marketing, and consumer research. He is currently on the board of directors of The Health Project/C. Everett Koop National Health Awards. He previously served on the board of directors for the Health Enhancement Research Organization and the External Advisory Board for the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media, as well as on workplace advisory bodies for the National Business Group on Health and Partnership for Prevention.Dr. Ballard received his doctorate in clinical psychology and his MBA in health and medical services administration from Widener University, where he completed concentrations in organizational and forensic psychology.