Kimberley Chandler, Ph.D., is the Curriculum Director at the Center for Gifted Education at the College of William and Mary and a Clinical Assistant Professor. Kimberley completed her Ph.D. in Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership with an emphasis in gifted education administration at the College of William and Mary. Her professional background includes teaching gifted students in a variety of settings, serving as an administrator of a school district gifted program, and providing professional development training for teachers and administrators. Currently Kimberley is the Network Representative on the NAGC Board of Directors, Member-at-Large Representative for the AERA Research on Giftedness and Talent SIG, newsletter editor of the CEC-TAG newsletter The Update, and an American delegate to the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children. Her research interests include curriculum policy and implementation issues in gifted programs, the design and evaluation of professional development programs for teachers of the gifted, and the role of principals in gifted education.