Josephine Tan is a tenured clinical psychology faculty member at Lakehead University, Canada, and a Fellow with the American Psychological Association (APA). She is currently the ICP Awards Coordinator and ICP Director-at-Large. She is also a clinical psychologist who works primarily with Canadian Indigenous peoples on psychological trauma. Her research interests are in cultural clinical psychology, Indigenous psychology, gender issues, and self-harm. Some of her current research projects focus on the resettlement experiences of Syrian refugees in Canada, suicide among Inuit, sexual assault and non-suicidal self-harm among college students. She is part of the International Leadership Network and collaborates with researchers from other countries in the Global and Diverse Leadership projects involving women, Indigenous, and student leadership. Her work has been presented at several scientific research meetings and United Nations NGO meetings, and published in journals and books. She has also secured major federal research funding and served as reviewer for journals and grant funding agencies. A primary interest of hers is working with students and early career professionals. She has helped to establish in her university a highly active and award-winning Psi Chi chapter and a highly respected Neuroscience Research Interest Group that are led by extraordinary and dedicated students. Her service record includes President of the Canadian Council of Professional Psychology Programs, elected Council member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, Member-at-Large and Awards Coordinator for APA Division 1, among several others.