Cuf earned his PhD in Psychology from Boston College and made history in 2006 as the first African American and first person of color to be President of AHP since its founding. He is a tenured Professor and Past Dean, of the College of Public and Community Service at University of Massachusetts-Boston, and currently serves as the college’s first Human Service Internship Coordinator. Additionally he is a co-founder of two visionary organizations (Interculture, Inc. and Association in Human Understanding), is co-founder of Massachusetts’ historic Commonwealth Diversity Fellows Program, has been a clinical practitioner for over thirty-five years; is a human relations, multicultural, and organizational development consultant and workshop facilitator; is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology; and is a published author of books, articles, and other writings (e.g., A New Perspective on Race and Color; Transitions in Consciousness from an African American Perspective; and Innovative Approaches to Education and Community Service). His newest book, scheduled to be released in July 2014 is entitled Evolving The Human Race Game. In his free time, Cuf enjoys dancing, biking, skating, movies, kayaking, sports (particularly basketball & football), traveling, and other eclectic activities.