Dr. Candace Berrett is an Associate Professor in the Department of Statistics at BYU. Her research interests focus on Bayesian spatial and spatio-temporal methods for non-normal data in environmental, epidemiological, and signal processing applications. She most often teaches courses on probability and generalized linear models. She is actively involved in both national and international statistics communities. Berrett earned her bachelor’s degree in actuarial science from BYU and her master’s and doctoral degrees in statistics from The Ohio State University. In addition to being a statistician and professor, she is also a daughter, sister, wife, stepmom, mom, colleague, friend, quilter, runner, prayer, learner, A Lot football player, and more.