Dr. Hayes is the Director of the Davis Center at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. She plays a critical role in advancing campus-wide engagement with complex issues of identity, bias, and equity and has been involved in cultural competency, retention efforts, and inclusion in organizations for over 15 years. Dr. Hayes has presented papers on her research at a number of conferences including The International Convention of Psychological Science, and has published her research in various outlets including The Handbook for Feminist Diversity. Dr. Hayes also serves on the editorial boards for journals including Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology as well as the Board of Directors for several organizations focused on diversity and inclusion. Dr. Hayes earned a bachelor's degree from Wesleyan University and an MS and Ph.D. from Tulane University before being awarded a National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellowship to conduct research at The Pennsylvania State University.