Dr. Glenice DeBique is a professor in the Health and Biomedical Sciences Department at Adventist University of Health Sciences. Her responsibilities include teaching assignments at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the areas of Introduction to Sociology; Multicultural Applications for the Health Sciences; and Cultural and Ethical Considerations for Health Sciences. Dr. DeBique serves as the faculty advisor for the undergraduate Pre-OT and PT student club. Dr. DeBique holds credentials in Teacher Education, BSc in Education and MSc in Education in Education, and in 1997, Dr. DeBique received her Ph. D. (Education) from Washington State University. She continues to serve the wider community along with her students in service learning experiences through the IMPACT- Innovative Ministries with Parents, Administrators, Children and Teachers in the Orlando area, in addition to work done with the Orlando Junior Achievement program. Dr. DeBique has had experience in studies abroad program, taking students to West Africa. Dr. DeBique received the President’s Award (WSU) in leadership and service for community work in the Pacific Northwest as well as the Teaching Excellence Award while at WSU. Dr. DeBique is ranked among Who is Who Among America’s Teachers as well as a past member of Phi Delta Kappa Educational organization. Dr. DeBique has been nominated for the Campus Compact: Campus Community Partnership Award for Service Learning, Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award (2014 and 16). She also received the Spirituality Award from ADU (2009). Dr. DeBique’s research interests include community engagement initiatives, Teaching and Learning educational practice and theory as well as issues in diversity and cultural constructs.