Professor Virginia Dominguez has provided creative, insightful, and inexhaustible service this year as President of the American Anthropological Association. She has worked tirelessly to engage with the numerous challenges that have confronted societies and anthropologists, not just across the nation, but on a world-wide scale. As Virginia observes, anthropologists across the globe work to better understand and enhance the lives of people “no matter where they or their ancestors have lived; what languages they may speak or understand; how big, small, powerful or marginalized their societies may be; how rich or poor they themselves may be” (posted by C. Fennell).