Through her diverse professional background, Pamela Nevills has acquired a passion for teaching that is based on research and principles from neuroscience. Successful, competent learners result when teachers understand how learning happens.
Kikanza Nuri-Robins, an organizational development consultant, has worked with schools, hospitals and non-profit organizations to boost productivity and diversity. She has also worked with IBM, Baskin-Robbins, and now as a consultant for the nursing faculty at the Univesrity of Texas Health Sciences Center.
Jane Pollock is a former ESL and classroom teacher, school and district administrator, and Senior Associate at McREL Laboratory. She specializes in improving student learning by using research to devise practical ways to advance teaching, coaching, and supervising learning in schools.
Karla Reiss is an award-winning consultant who is dedicated to the continuous improvement of individuals, teams and organizations. She provides executive and leadership coaching services, workplace and leadership assessments and products that empower others to lead professional and personal change.
Beth Sattes is the co-developer of Questioning and Understanding to Improve Learning and Thinking (QUILT), and she is focused on creating effective professional development for educators, sharing leadership for continuous school improvement, and creating a culture for high-performance learning communities.
Ruth Mattingley is an author and educator with over 30 years of experience who has guided districts and schools in developing and implementing strategic plans that have resulted in improved student achievement.
Matthew Militello is a researcher with roots in practice who focuses on the improvement of teaching and learning in K-12 settings. A former teacher and principal, Militello's engaging strategies help educators develop knowledge and skills to become more effective in their roles.
Thomas Guskey is Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Kentucky. In his work with educators throughout the world, he helps bring clarity and resolution to some of education’s most challenging problems.
Dr. Jessica Hannigan is an Assistant Professor in the Educational Leadership Department at California State University, Fresno. She works with schools and districts throughout the nation on designing and implementing effective behavior systems.