One of my ongoing priorities is to share both my own work and the work of the broader history of psychology and feminist psychology communities with the public at large. To achieve this, I have spearheaded and collaborated on a number of public-facing projects. These include the editorship of the long-running Advances in the History of Psychology blog and longstanding involvement with the freely available multimedia digital archive project Psychology’s Feminist Voices (PFV), including as Founding Editor of PFV blog Standpoints. Collaborations have led to a number of open-access digital media projects (videos, podcasts, blog posts, etc.). Other endeavours in this area include a recent The Psychologist magazine piece on the history and current presence of sexual harassment in psychology and a recent interview with my local community newspaper, The Squamish Chief, on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.