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Following nearly two years of reflection, input from more than 700 stakeholders, and many hours of envisioning the future, the SPSP Board of Directors has announced its new mission, vision, and strategic plan. The new statement of Mission, Vision, Goals and Objectives reflects not only where SPSP is today, but it provides a guidance for key priorities for the next five years. “As an organization, SPSP has a rich history of strong support for the field,” said SPSP President Diane Mackie. “Going through the strategic planning process allowed us to capitalize on that while identifying key values and directions for the future.”
In recognition of Women’s Equality Day on August 26, SPSP interviewed two members whose research focuses on gender. Charlotte Tate of San Francisco State University and Matt Hammond of Victoria University of Wellington spoke about their research interests, and how their work is connected to women’s equality.  Charlotte Tate
Duane Wegener served as the editor of Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (PSPB), from January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2016. SPSP spoke with Duane about how a sense of duty shaped his decision to take on the editorship, the rewards of seeing papers develop through the review process, what it was like to anticipate future trends as a result of having an insider perspective, and more.