Nancy Gonzales is the executive vice president and university provost of Arizona State University. In this role, she serves as ASU’s chief academic officer for the Academic Enterprise, advancing all educational programs and degrees for ASU’s diverse student population and the world class faculty needed to train the next generation workforce and leaders of our state, nation, and globe. The Academic Enterprise encompasses undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs offered by 16 interdisciplinary colleges that together serve over 150,000 students in multiple realms of immersive, remote, and digital learning. Prior to her current administrative appointment, Nancy served as dean of natural sciences, dean of faculty, director of the REACH (Research and Education Advancing Children’s Health) Institute, and co-director of the NIDA funded T32 training grant in substance abuse implementation science in The College. She also collaborates with community agencies and schools to develop and implement interventions to reduce minority health disparities and promote academic success in secondary and post-secondary educational settings. Nancy has earned numerous awards for her community-based research and she is an elected fellow of the American Psychological Association.