Dr. Dale Glaser, Principal of Glaser Consulting, has accrued extensive experience in statistical analyses, psychometric testing, survey construction, item analysis, program evaluation, and organizational assessment/executive coaching and development within the health care, organizational, educational, human resources, governmental and marketing research domains. He also has gained extensive experience with advanced quantitative methods, including structural equation modeling, multilevel modeling, finite mixture modeling, and other multivariate/biostatistical techniques as they apply to areas in predictive modeling and classification. He has published numerous articles in the statistical, evaluation, and health care domains and is a member of various editorial boards, including Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal. At the graduate and undergraduate level he instructs courses such as: introductory and multivariate statistics, research methods, testing and measurement, and psychometric theory at San Diego State University, University of San Diego, and Alliant International University. He also holds the position of adjunct assistant professor of statistics at the School of Nursing at USD where he provides methodological and statistical consult for faculty on their research projects and proposals and he also is half-time faculty at Alliant where he teaches the Advanced Statistics sequence and related courses. Dr. Glaser was Past-President of the San Diego chapter of the American Statistical Association.