Keri M. Guilbault, EdD, is an associate professor in the online Ed.D. program and faculty lead for the gifted education and twice exceptionalities graduate programs at Johns Hopkins University. She has been recognized for her leadership and service with the 2023 Maryland Department of Education Gifted and Talented Advisory Council Individual Leader Award, the 2020 American Mensa National Service Award, and the 2019 National Association for Gifted Children Early Leader Award. Guilbault has a decade of K-12 public school teaching and administrative experience, having worked as a district supervisor of gifted and talented programs, as an instructional coach, as a bullying prevention specialist, and as an Art, French, and gifted resource teacher. She has extensive leadership experience in the field of gifted education at state, national, and international levels. Guilbault served three terms on the NAGC board of directors, was appointed the Director of Science and Education of American Mensa, and currently serves as chair of the Mensa International Gifted Youth committee. She is also an associate editor of the Journal of Gifted Education and Creativity. Guilbault received her master’s degree in Gifted Education from the University of South Florida and obtained her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership with a specialization in gifted education program administration from the University of Central Florida. Her research focuses on academic acceleration, leadership and supervision of advanced academic programs, and affective characteristics and needs of the highly gifted.