Dr. Paul Sherman received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from York University, Canada, his post-graduate diploma in Child Assessment and Counseling from University of Toronto, Canada, and his PhD in Education and Social Justice from Lancaster University, UK. He is currently Program Head of Community Social Services at the University of Guelph-Humber (UofGH) and has previously served as Program Head of Early Childhood Studies at the university. Dr. Sherman is also Director of the Soka Education Research Centre on Global Citizenship at UofGH and Adjunct Professor at the University of Guelph. Prior to joining UofGH, Dr. Sherman worked as a clinician and senior administrator in diverse community mental health settings for over 30 years. His doctoral research examined global citizenship education in higher education, with a particular emphasis on the cultivation of global citizenship identity and engagement. He continues to teach and conduct research in this area.