Roger W. Sherman holds a doctorate from the New School for Social Research. He was a Global Fellow with Harvard University’s Refugee Trauma Project in 2012–2013. He is a research consultant for the Children’s Law Center, Brooklyn, New York, and to Heart 9/11, a not-for-profit organization founded by first responders for 911, and committed to creating healing communities for trauma event survivors. In 2009, Roger visited Cambodia as part of a NGO social service delegation and subsequently co-created Cambodian Foundation for Higher Education, a not-for-profit foundation, dedicated to enhancing the capacity of the Cambodian educational system. His research interests address identity formation in immigrant populations and the impact of secondary trauma stress in a legal practice. He currently resides in New York City with his family.