Teresa Foulger: Teresa Foulger is an Associate Professor in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Council at Arizona State University. She received her doctorate degree in educational technology with emphasis on professional development, action research, and sustainable change. She is a two-time recipient of the ISTE Research Paper Award, and is currently the President of the Teacher Educators Special Interest Group for ISTE. Teresa is a trendsetter in the field of education as she stays up to date on new technological resources and innovations for educators. She can be contacted at Teresa.Foulger@asu.edu
Linda Sullivan: Linda Sullivan is a three-time graduate of ASU, earning her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Master of Counseling, and Doctor of Education (Higher and Adult Education) degrees here. She began her career at ASU in 1997 and has worked with students, staff, and faculty in a number of different capacities. She joined the department of English in spring 2011, where she now serves as Assistant Director of Academic Services. Linda is a connector in the field of English for she always has the information and recourses to get me where I need to be. She can be contacted as email@example.com
Elizabeth Novacek: Elizabeth (Beth) earned her Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations at the University of North Dakota (UND) in 1986. Shortly after, in 1988, she married a wonderful man with a promising, prosperous, and rapidly advancing career in Agriculture. Beth and her husband had their first child a year after they were married. Beth was working part-time but not actively pursuing her field of study. She knew in her heart at this time that the most important and gratifying career she would ever have was raising her children. After their second child was born, Beth became a stay-at-home mom, or homemaker. Because of the blessing of her husband’s outstanding work ethic and profitable career, Beth was able to stay home with their three beautiful children for twelve years. During that time period, Beth did much volunteer work for church, the children’s schools, and other community organizations. When their third child was in school full time, Beth went back to college and earned a Master of Education Degree in School Counseling at North Dakota State University (NDSU). A recent graduate (May 2013), Beth is currently working as a Paraprofessional at a Middle School in her home town, with hopes of attaining a Counselor title in the near future. She adores working with children of all ages and feels deeply inspired to make a difference in their lives and assist them on their journey to adulthood. Beth is my visionary she inspires me and helps with every major decision in life. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.