Dr. Rebecca Lloyd is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa in Canada. Her interdisciplinary research intertwines principles of curriculum theory, phenomenology, pedagogy, motivational psychology, movement consciousness, and exercise physiology. Her SSHRC-funded research explored this interdisciplinary integration through the conceptual formation of the Function2Flow model, a practical and theoretical framework that facilitates curricular and pedagogical understandings of becoming physically active and educated in both alternative and mainstream activities. Dr. Lloyd takes great care to apply this interdisciplinary consciousness to her teaching practice. She co-directs the Comprehensive School Health cohort of teacher education students in the Bachelor of Education program and is dedicated to preparing new teachers to have the courage, tools, experience and advocacy skills to champion school health (see http://uottawa-comprehensive-school-health.ca/). Dr. Lloyd also takes an active role in serving her research community. She has chaired many conferences including the 2016 International Human Science Conference (IHSRC), the 2010 Physical and Health Education (PHE) Canada conference, as well as the 2013 and 2014 Physical Education Teacher Education (PHETE) Special Interest Group (SIG) within The Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) conference. She was a keynote speaker for the International Physical Literacy Association (IPLA) conference in Bedfordshire, England, an invited speaker for the International Conference of the 35th Anniversary of the Japanese Society of Sport Education and the 4th East Asian Alliance of Sport Pedagogy Conference in Tokyo, Japan, and also a former journal editor for Physical & Health Education (PHE) Canada.