Jo Hardin is Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at Pomona College. She collaborates with molecular biologists to create novel statistical methods for analyzing high throughput data. She has also worked extensively in statistics and data science education, facilitating modern curricula for higher education instructors. She was a co-author on the 2014 ASA Curriculum Guidelines for Undergraduate Programs in Statistical Science, and she writes on the blog teachdatascience.com. The best part of her job is collaborating with undergraduate students. In her spare time, she loves reading, running, and breeding tortoises.