Teresa A. Volsko, MBA, MHHS, RRT, CMTE, FAARC, is a fellow of the American Association for Respiratory Care and serves as adjunct faculty for Rush University in Chicago and Northeast Ohio Medical University in Ohio. Currently Terry is the director of Respiratory Care, Transport, and the Communication Center and interim director of the Rebecca D. Considine Research Institute for Akron Children's Hospital. She is the author of over 100 abstract and manuscript publications in peer-reviewed medical journals as well as several book chapters. Terry has served the profession in many capacities and is currently a member of the board of trustees for the American Respiratory Care Foundation, on the board of directors for Lambda Beta, editorial board member of the journal Respiratory Care, and on the American Association for Respiratory Care's Evidence-Based Clinical Guidelines Committee. Born and raised in the Youngstown, Ohio, area, she received her associate degree in respiratory therapy technology, bachelor of science and master of health and human services, and master of business administration from Youngstown State University. Terry's passion for the respiratory care professionand her dedication to mentoring respiratory care students and credentialed professionals spans more than three decades. Sherry L. Barnhart, RRT, RRT-NPS, AE-C, FAARC, is a fellow of the American Association for Respiratory Care and is currently the Respiratory Care Discharge Planner for Arkansas Children's Hospital. Sherry has previously edited two textbooks and a clinical handbook on perinatal and pediatric respiratory care. She has also authored multiple textbook chapters that are specific to the care of infants and children. Sherry is active in the respiratory care profession, where she has served in numerous leadership roles, including president of the Lambda Beta Society. During her nearly 40 years of experience in the field of neonatal and pediatric respiratory care, Sherry has maintained an unyielding commitment to provide the highest level of care to this patient population, serving as both an educator to respiratory therapy students and clinicians and as an advocate for obtaining advanced specialty credentials in this unique area of respiratory care practice.