Meghan Moran

Northern Arizona University, USA                                                                    Meghan Moran is a Lecturer in the English Department at Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, USA.  She received her PhD in Applied Linguistics from NAU in 2016.  Her research interests include speech production and perception, L2 pronunciation and intelligibility, language planning and policy, language education policy, and linguistic discrimination.  In her position as Lecturer, she teaches first year composition, mentors Graduate Teaching Assistants, and

Dr. Rawlins Williams

 East Tennessee State University, USA                                                Dr. Lee Ann Rawlins Williams presently serves as Assistant Professor and Program Director of Rehabilitative Health Sciences (RHSC-BS) at East Tennessee State University.  Her academic experience includes work with graduate and undergraduate programs focusing on disability and rehabilitation at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and Auburn University.  In addition, her professional experiences include work in the field of rehabilitation in the areas of blindness and low vision, general rehabilitation counseling, human resource training/development,

Bill Rich

Bill Rich is the founder of Red House Learning, LLC, committed to helping educators use what we know about the brain to inform what we do in our schools. Bill specializes in working long-term with schools to help educators and systems operate in ways more compatible with how people learn. Fifteen years of teaching middle and high school students inspired Bill to imagine and design better ways for educators and students to learn. So he created Red House Learning; for fifteen years he’s worked full time with educators and school systems. Bill also co-directs What’s the Story? The Vermont Young People