Dr. Wynn has over 30 years experience in public and private education, including classroom teacher, principal, central office administrator, coordinator of national education reform projects, and college professor and administrator. She has done extensive research on parent attitudes and behaviors to understand what and how parents think about schooling for their children. Her most recent research projects involve coordinating a gifted licensure program at a Christian university, implementing programs to reach under-identified children for placement into gifted programs, differentiating learning strategies to more closely individualize curriculum with student abilities, brain-compatible strategies that improve student learning, and training adults to use current digital tools as learning activities. She is a frequent speaker at regional and national conferences on Christian and educational topics. She directed Women’s Ministries at Indian Creek Christian Church & Northview Christian Church in Indiana for 20 years. Dr. Wynn has 6 degrees: 4 are in education (including her doctorate from Indiana University) and 2 are from Beacon University in Georgia, including a Masters of Divinity. She serves as a volunteer for the Billy Graham organization as an e-counselor and as a discipleship coach for new believers. She and her husband of 40 years have 3 married children and 5 grandchildren. The four that are in school receive her frequent attention and are now in gifted programs.