Sara Kintzle is a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California’s Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families and has focused on military research for the past seven years. She currently serves as the principal investigator on the Chicagoland Veterans Study, a community needs assessment of veterans living in Chicago. Her current research efforts also include a Department of Defense funded project testing the efficacy of virtual training for military behavioral health providers and the use of technology in the adoption of evidence based practice. Kintzle is a 2013 graduate from the University of Georgia’s doctoral social work program. She has also received master’s and bachelor’s degrees in social work, as well as a bachelor’s of arts in psychology from the University of Iowa. She currently serves on the editorial boards for the journals Military Behavioral Health and Traumatology.