Elizabeth Wroten is a Ph.D. student and Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Human Development and Family Sciences Department at the University of Delaware. Her interests include gender identity, family planning and construction, adult long-term relationship dyads, parenthood and the conflict between work and family; she is particularly passionate about qualitative research in these areas. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Human Services, with a concentration in Administration and Family Policy, at the University of Delaware. During this time, she completed undergraduate research, served as an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant and a Research Assistant in the College of Education and Human Development, received the Catherine Burke Flickinger Scholarship, and received Dean’s List honors every academic term. Since her 2020 graduation, she has returned as a guest lecturer in the Communications Department. She is also active in several honor societies such as Delta Alpha Pi, Kappa Omicron Nu, and Phi Kappa Phi, and in several other community and service organizations.