Jessica Walsh received her B.A. (Honors) in Social Studies from Harvard College in 2010 and her M.Sc. Psychology from the University of East London in 2013. In 2014 she began the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program at Palo Alto University, specializing in the Trauma Area of Emphasis. From 2010 to 2014, she was employed as a research assistant at the Tavistock Centre on the Child and Family Refugee Team, the London Veterans Assessment and Treatment Service, and at the Imperial College London’s Neuroepidemiology and Aging Research Lab, London, England. Her research interests involve moral injury, the psychology of terrorism, and trauma, particularly amongst older adults and veterans. She is co-chair of APA division 52's (International Psychology) Advocacy Committee, and a member of APA division 56 (Trauma Psychology) and Division 19 (Military Psychology). She is also former Co-President of Palo Alto University’s Association for Traumatic Stress Studies and a former Research Officer for the Association for Global Mental Health. Jessica first-authored a journal article on financial stressors amongst older adults following disasters and a book chapter on Older Adults and Terrorism. Jessica recently graduated and completed her internship at the VA Northern California. She will be returning to the San Francisco VA Medical Center for the PTSD Postdoctoral Fellowship where she will begin her career as a trauma psychologist and researcher.