Sally Gould-Taylor, Ph.D. (she/her), is the Executive Director of the Institute on Disabilities (PA UCEDD) at Temple University. She is an Associate Professor of Research in the College of Education and Human Development, Department of Teaching and Learning. Sally holds a PhD in Urban Education with a focus on Anthropology of Education and has taught at Temple since 2012. During her time at the Institute, Sally has led a wide range of projects designed to authentically include people with disabilities as partners and co-researchers. Her work builds on Community-based participatory research (CBPR) in diverse fields of human services, disability, and education. Her research examines phenomena associated with identity and power to address the legacy of racism and ableism that exists within the U.S. education system and disproportionately impacts students living at the intersections of marginalized racial and ethnic identity and disability. Currently, Sally serves as the Principal Investigator for multiple interdisciplinary research, evaluation, and community service projects utilizing a social justice lens.