Jennifer A. Wolfe, PhD, is an associate professor of mathematics education at the University of Arizona. She has taught a variety of courses, facilitated professional development workshops for K–12 prospective and in-service teachers, and most recently co-developed a middle-grades summer lab school with a local school district.
Literacy Reading Science
Brian Wise is a literacy coach and English teacher at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois. He specializes in building teacher capacity for embedding literacy skills into classroom instruction and assessment.
Leadership Professional Learning Communities Response to Intervention
John Wink currently serves as the superintendent of Carthage ISD in Carthage, Texas. Prior to that, John served as the director of curriculum, instruction, and assessment for the Tatum Independent School District in Tatum, Texas, and principal at Gilmer Elementary School.
Response to Intervention
Holly Windram, PhD, is executive director of the Michigan Education Corps. She is a former district director of special education, school psychologist, assistant director of special education, and chief education officer.
Professional Learning Communities School Improvement Teams
Dr. Julia “Jai” Wilson is an assistant principal for Jefferson County Public Schools in Kentucky. She has served as a science teacher and department chair, as well as assistant principal for five different high schools.
Leadership Violence & Crisis Prevention
Kimberly Williams, PhD, is a faculty member at the Plymouth State University College of Graduate Studies, Dr. Williams teaches graduate courses for teachers on cognition, history, and philosophy of education.
Instruction Leadership Student Engagement Teams
Kenneth C. Williams, a former teacher, assistant principal, and principal, shares his experience and expertise as a recognized trainer, speaker, coach, and consultant in education and leadership.
Competency-Based Learning Professional Learning Communities Response to Intervention Special Needs Teams
Amy Williams works with district administrators, principals, and teachers to build collaborative teams and school cultures, establish coherent and aligned systems, and develop the capacity to work with diverse learners.
Jason Williams is a coordinator for teaching and learning at North Shore School District 112 in Illinois. In his role, he leads professional learning for the K–8 staff to support best teaching practices in all content areas.
Gerald R. Williams has over 15 years’ experience implementing and supporting PLC and RTI work in schools and districts. Most recently, he served as the executive director of elementary education for the Nampa School District in Idaho.
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