Sarah Fenstermaker is Professor of Sociology and an affiliate of Feminist Studies Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is the Director of UC Santa Barbara's Institute for Social Behavioral and Economic Research. She received her Ph.D. from Northwestern University. Her research on women and work, domestic labor, family violence, and the workings of gender, race, and class have resulted in a long list of publications. She is the author of The Gender Factory: The Apportionment of Work in American Households, an edited volume (with A. Goetting), Individual Voices, Collective Visions: Fifty Years of Women in Sociology, published by Temple University Press, and Doing Gender, Doing Difference: Inequality, Power, and Institutional Change (with C. West), published by Routledge. Sarah is presently co-PI (with J.Mohr and J. Castro) of a Ford Foundation funded project, "Individuals and Institutional Cultures: Faculty as Change Agents," a national survey of the professoriate, Nikki Jones is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She earned her Ph.D. in Sociology and Criminology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2004. Her areas of expertise include urban ethnography, urban sociology, race and ethnic relations and criminology and criminal justice, with a special emphasis on the intersection of race, gender, and justice. She is the author of Between Good and Ghetto: African American Girls and Inner-City Violence, which is published in the Rutgers University Press Series in Childhood Studies. She is also a William T. Grant Scholar (2007-2012).