Masood Zangeneh is a professor in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and Innovative Learning at Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning. Dr. Zangeneh is the founding editor of the International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, editor of the book series Advances in Mental Health & Addiction, and founding editor of the Journal of Concurrent Disorders. He also serves as a consultant to numerous scientific journals and universities for interdisciplinary, multi-cultural research and development addressing mental health, addiction, and resilience among marginalized populations.
Mona Nouroozifar brings over a decade of experience working as an educator and as an academic administrator in the post-secondary sector. As a passionate educator dedicated to the mental and wellbeing of students, she co-founded the International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction in 2002 and has since served as its project director. Currently, she is leading the Journal of Concurrent Disorders as its editor-in-chief. In her current capacity as the Associate Dean of Mathematics, Research Skills and Analysis, she oversees a complex portfolio at Canada’s largest community College-Humber College where she is responsible for the centralized delivery of mathematics across the institution ranging from certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, honours degrees and post-graduate certificates. She holds a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering, a Master of Business Administration and she is currently pursuing her Ph.D. with a particular focus on student's academic self-concept and motivation as predictors of student success and retention.