The College Student Development Center foresees a society where every high school student has the opportunity to learn the life skills necessary to become successful in higher education prior to arriving on campus. The center's founder and president, Rozalia Williams earned an Ed.D. from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education; and an M.S. in Counselor Education from Florida International University. She has over three decades of experience counseling and educating high school and college students; creating, implementing, and evaluating college student development programs and teaching first-year experience courses. Dr. Williams served as an Exchange Scholar at the U.S. Department of Education where she also consulted as a Peer Reviewer. She is the author of the College FAQ Book: Over 5,000 Not Frequently Asked Questions About College! She teaches the College Life Skills Course®, implements the GottaDo College® Early Awareness Initiative and teaches the A7MQ® Life Management curriculum to professional counselors and educators.