Mary Bunn is a licensed clinical social worker with expertise in international mental health, trauma and resilience in immigrant and refugee communities and trauma-informed, cross-cultural programming for communities impacted by chronic violence, trauma and stress. Previously Associate Director of Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center, Ms. Bunn now works as a consultant to national and international organizations addressing the mental health and psychosocial needs of displaced and violence-affected communities. She also serves as adjunct faculty member at the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration where she teaches a course on global mental health. Ms. Bunn has worked in the field of torture treatment, gender based violence, sex trafficking of minors, disaster relief, and survivors of war trauma. She has trained and presented her work nationally and outside the U.S, her work has taken her to Iraq, Cambodia and Thailand.