Dr. Chesbro is Vice President for Education, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). He received his EdD in occupational and adult education from Oklahoma State University, and his DPT from MGH Institute of Health Professions. Dr. Chesbro holds a BA (psychology) and MS (college teaching) at Northeastern State University, a BS (physical therapy) at Langston University, a MHS (neurologic physical therapy) at the University of Indianapolis. Prior to his appointment at APTA, he served as Dean of the College of Health Sciences, and Founder/Executive Director of the Center to Advance Rehabilitative Health and Education, Alabama State University (ASU). Dr. Chesbro’s recent research-related grant activity includes serving as principle investigator of Health Disparities in Rehabilitation: Taking Action on Research Priorities, funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality, and serving as ASU site project director for Langston University’s Rehabilitation Research & Training Center’s Peer-to-Peer Mentor Research Fellow Program funded by the National Institute for Disability & Rehabilitation Research. Recent collaborative publications include “Entrustable Professional Activities as a Framework for Continued Professional Competence” (Phys Ther. 2017;98:3-7), and “Opportunities and priorities for physical therapist education: perspectives from the profession” (Chapter in Educating Physical Therapists: A Call for Reform [in press]).