Rosemary Papa was a professor of educational leadership at Northern Arizona University, where she held The Del and Jewell Lewis Endowed Chair in Learning Centered Leadership. While at NAU, she co-founded Educational Leaders Without Borders, the mission of which is “the establishment of a global network of educational scholars who have chosen to work on behalf of all children going to school. Our main objective is all children have a right to go to school.” In 2015 she received the Willystine Goodsell Award from the AERA SIG for Research on Women for her work on a wide range of leadership issues affecting women, children, and social justice. Dr. Papa is not only an accomplished scholar, but also has travelled the world extensively as a consultant to schools and universities in China, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Cypress, Greece, Italy, Portugal, England, Scotland, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, and Turkey. Her most recent books include the forthcoming Oxford Encyclopedia of Administrational Administration (2020) and Springer Handbook on Promoting Social Justice in Education (2020), which is international in scope; International Perspectives on School Violence (Springer 2019), Finding Her in History: Confronting the Traditions of Misogyny (Springer 2017), an international study of gendered poverty and the role education plays; Building for a Sustainable Future in Our Schools: Brick by Brick (Springer 2017), an international perspective on the critical role of educators in sustainable development and the relationship between humans and our earth; and Social Justice Instruction: Empowerment on the Chalkboard (2016), which offers an international palette of strategies for teaching social justice concepts preschool to college. At the 2019 conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, she was honored with Teaching Comparative Education SIG Runner-up for innovative curriculum development for the international and comparative education class.