Huberta Jackson-Lowman is a psychologist and psychology professor at Florida A&M University. She has degrees from Wichita State University and the University of Pittsburgh. She is currently the President of the Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi). As she works alongside clients and students, she also forms groups called Emotional Emancipation Circles, groups that exist to help "black people, work together to overcome, heal from, and overturn lies of white superiority and black inferiority: the root cause of devaluing black lives." She joins a rich line of ABPsi presidents and has a great deal of insight and wisdom in a world overwhelmed with noise.