The individuals listed below are the reviewers upon which Families in Society has reviewed during October 2016 through September 2017. They have supplied an invaluable service that provides critical feedback to authors and improves the body of available literature.

If you are interested in becoming a reviewer, please complete the reviewer interest form.

Sandra J. Altshuler
Jeffrey A. Anderson
Steve G. Anderson
Astraea Augsberger
Stephen Baldridge
Annahita Ball
Carenlee Barkdull
Randall E. Basham
J. David Bassett
Needha Boutte-Queen
Michael T. Braun
Kimberly Brisebois
Anthony Butto
James J. Canning
James C. Caringi
Reshawna Chapple
Pajarita Charles
Mary Elizabeth Collins
Lisa E. Cox
Laura Curran
Nancy DeCesare
Elizabeth Dungee-Anderson          
Amy Dworsky
Tamara Fuller
Nicole Gaskin-Laniyan
Nerissa LeBlanc Gillum
Richard Glaesser
Jill Grant
Clay Graybeal
Sulina Green
Rivka Greenberg
Roberta R. Greene
Jon Christopher Hall
Sharon Hodges
Hui Huang
Loring Paul Jones
Jessica M. Kahn
JaeRan Kim
Peter A. Kindle
Karen M. Kolivoski
David C. Kondrat
Stacy E. Kratz
Kathleen Kufeldt
Maayan Lawental
Catherine K. Lawrence
Ana M. Leon
Margaret Lombe
Susan Maciolek
Olga Molina
Marvin Nesbitt
Clark Peters
Lois H. Pierce
Judy L. Postmus
David W. Rothwell
Philip A. Rozario
Stefi Rubin
Joan R. Rycraft
Bibhuti K. Sar
Uma A. Segal
Chris Simmons
Jonathan B. Singer
Mary Sormanti
Danielle Steelesmith
Andrea Stewart
Jessica Strolin-Goltzman
Ruth Anne Van Loon
Robert Vernon
Satomi Wakita
Jack C. Wall
Svetlana Yampolskaya
Karen Zilberstein


Contact Families in Society staff with questions or for more information.

Review Opportunities

Families in Society has opportunities for individuals in practice and academia to join its corps of reviewers. The expertise of those who peer review submitted manuscripts ensures the integrity of the manuscript evaluation process and supports necessary rigor in vetting and disposition of submitted manuscripts.

Interested professionals should complete the online form


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