Christopher Constantino lives in Tallahassee with his wife, Megan, and sons, Augustine and Sebastian. He is a speech-language pathologist and assistant professor at Florida State University. He works clinically with people who stutter, supervises graduate student clinicians, and teaches classes on stuttering and counseling. He studies how stuttering interacts with culture and society. He hopes to improve the experience of stuttering by helping people who stutter discover what they gain from stuttering and by developing therapies that make the experience of stuttering more joyful. He co-edited the book Stammering Pride & Prejudice. Chris enjoys riding his bicycle.