Leah P. Hollis, EdD, is a noted national expert on workplace bullying and associate professor at Morgan State University. Her most recent book, The coercive community college; Bullying and its costly impact on the mission to serve underrepresented populations, which was released by Emerald publications in 2016 is an extension of her work on bullying in higher education. Other notable work includes, Bully in the Ivory Tower: How Aggression and Incivility Erode American Higher Education is based on independent research on 175 colleges and universities. Findings reveal that workplace bullying occurs at an even higher rate in higher education. She has spoken nationally and internationally to help over 200 schools address incivility on campus. She earned her Doctorate of Education from Boston University, as a Martin Luther King, Jr. Fellow. She is the president and founder of her own consultant group Patricia Berkly LLC, a healthy workplace advocate at http://www.diversitytrainingconsultants.com. Her electronic portfolio is at https://morgan.academia.edu/LeahHollis/Papers.