I first met Dr. Bingham as a psychology intern at the University of Memphis in 1995. One word that sums up Rosie’s personality, humility, winning smile, diplomacy, leadership, genuineness, advocacy, gracefulness and infectious personality is MAGNETIC. Rosie has been so much to so many people that have been fortunate to meet her or share her life's journey. Rosie inspires and champions causes for people due to her great love for humanity. She has won the hearts, love and respect of so many—both those she has challenged and those who have been adversaries. Rosie strives to make life better for others as an administrator, teacher, colleague, confidante and friend no matter their race, creed, color, religion, sexuality, or political affiliation. Rosie truly understands people and embraces and accepts people for who they are which I attribute to her humble beginnings as a child who grew up in Memphis, TN. I have witnessed all of these qualities as her student, mentee, colleague, sorority sister, and friend, and they validate my support for Rosie as a magnetic candidate for APA President. The magnetism Rosie exudes can only take APA to greater heights and continue to motivate its members to champion APA's goals and aspirations. I am so very proud and honored to support Dr. Rosie Phillips Bingham to serve as our next APA President.