Dr. Kristy Archuleta, LMFT, is an Associate Professor and Program Director in the Personal Financial Planning program in the School of Family Studies and Human Services at Kansas State University and a Marriage and Family Therapist. Dr. Archuleta teaches personal finance, financial counseling, research methodology, and financial therapy courses in the undergraduate and doctoral degree programs. Dr. Archuleta's research interests and therapy work include integrating interpersonal and relational factors with financial counseling and planning. She is a co-founder of Women Managing the Farm, co-founding board member and past President of the Financial Therapy Association, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Financial Therapy, and editorial board member for Journal of Financial Planning. She serves as a Human Centric Insights Panelist for Hartford Funds. Along with publishing over 35 peer-reviewed publications, she has co-edited two books, Financial Planning and Scales and Financial Therapy: Theory, Theory, Research, and Practice, and has been featured in media outlets, such as New York Times, Market Watch, MoneyLife, Glamour, Parade, Korean Journal of Financial Planning, NPR Marketplace, Chicago Tribune, NY Daily News, CBS Money Watch, Kansas City Star, Investment News, forbes.com, onenewsnow.com, usatoday.net, and filife.com, and Mid-America Ag Network. Dr. Archuleta is a recipient of the College of Human Ecology Myers-Alford Outstanding Teaching Award at Kansas State University, Oklahoma State University College of Human Sciences Distinguished Alumna Award, and Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education's 2014 Outstanding Journal Article Award in Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning.