Shona Russell (Adelaide, South Australia) made narrative approaches to therapy and community work her focus for 25 years through her work in non-government organizations and in independent practice. Along with Gaye Stockell and Peggy Sax, Shona presented two Extending Narrative Practice: Refreshing the Spirit of the Work workshops in Vermont, and is involved in the development of our Rich Story Development series. She was an active member of The Dulwich Centre teaching faculty, where she and her close colleague Maggie Carey played a primary role in developing the skills practice component of the International Training programme. In 2008, Shona joined Michael White, Maggie Carey and Rob Hall in Narrative Practices Adelaide. Shona taught workshops on narrative supervision for many years and was particularly interested in bringing to life the practices of narrative therapy in supervision contexts. She has authored and co-authored a range of articles. While Shona is now retired, her influence on our field will continue for many years into the future.