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Nancy Fenton
Nancy Fenton teaches AP Psychology at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois and online for the Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University. She has taught AP Psychology since 2006 and has served as a reader for the AP Psychology exam since 2008, a table leader since 2017, and a College Board consultant since 2014. Ms. Fenton was awarded the 2013 American Psychological Association (APA) Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS) Excellence in Teaching Award for dynamic teaching and commitment to the advancement of psychology and has presented at regional conferences for AP Psychology teachers. She has previously served as a member of the TOPSS board and has worked on numerous APA initiatives including the performance indicators for the National Standards for High School Psychology Curricula, and several TOPSS Psychology Unit Lesson Plans. Nancy Fenton is the co-author of the review book AP Psychology All Access with Jessica Flitter and writes for the blog Books for Psychology Class with Laura Brandt. She is the coauthor of the new iScore5™ Psych app created for AP® Psychology students to prepare for the exam.
Rod Franchi
Rod Franchi has been teaching AP US History at Novi HS in Novi, MI for 24 years. Rod believes the key to teaching APUSH is for the kids become historians--for the year at least. He has been an APUSH Reader and served as Social Studies Department Chair for 15 years in addition to various leadership positions at the county and state levels. Rod led two webinars in AP US History practices for the College Board, and recently he developed the writing and testing sections for the APUSH textbook, By the People. At his workshops, Rod shares lots of lessons and resources, but his central focus is to help teachers build their APUSH courses to fit their styles and the students' needs.

See more on his professional website.
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John Moyer
John Moyer is a current teacher at Stow-Munroe Falls High School in Stow, Ohio where he has taught since 1990. John cur-rently teaches AP United States Government & Politics, AP Com-parative Government & Politics, AP Microeconomics and AP Macroeconomics as well as Leadership Concepts, a course for as-piring student leaders. John has been an AP Reader and Table Leader at the AP US Government & Politics exam since 2007 and a College Board Consultant since 2015. Most recently, John par-ticipated in the redesigned Course Audit review process for the AP Comparative Government & Politics course.
Additionally, John is a certified coach with Resilient Leader-ship LLC where John trains and coaches area educational leaders. He is also an Adjunct Instructor with Ashland University where he teaches courses in Educational Leadership.
John Maunu
John Maunu taught AP World History, AP European History, and other history courses at Riverdale High School in Wisconsin and Grosse Ile High School for over 40 years. He currently teaches AP World History workshops to students at Cranbrook/Kingswood private school in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan as an adjunct consultant. John is also a College Board AP World History consultant teaching APSI workshops nationally, a Reader and Table Leader at the AP College Board World History Reading (2004-Present), Digital Resources Editor for World History Connected online Journal, co-Moderator of the AP College Board World History Teacher Community website, and a reviewer of AP history materials for publishing companies. ​
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Tom Reynolds
Tom Reynolds teaches English at Hononegah High School in Rockton, Illinois, where he also acts as coordinator for the English Department. He has been teaching Advanced Placement English courses for more than 25 years and currently serves as an AP Consultant for the Midwest Region of the College Board. Tom has also worked as an AP Reader, Hononegah High School’s Gifted Program Coordinator, and as an internal reviewer for the Advanced Ed Accreditation Organization. He is a recipient of the Illinois State Board of Education’s "Those Who Excel" Award for Educational Excellence.​
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Karen Sleno
Karen Sleno received her B.S. in Mathematics Education degree from Saginaw Valley State University and her M.A. in Mathematics from Oakland University. She has taught in both parochial and public high schools, most recently at Flushing High School for the past 27 years, teaching all math subjects from Algebra I through AP Calculus AB and BC. In addition, she serves as the department chair, a role she has fulfilled for the past 23 years. She is also an adjunct instructor at Mott Community College where she has taught for the past 12 years. Her experience with AP Calculus AB and BC led her to be a participant at the AP reading for the past 16 years, first as a reader, then as a table leader and most recently as a question leader. Karen has been a consultant for the College Board for the past 6 years and also served as part of the review team for the transition of Khan Academy to be a College Board-approved AP Calculus review site. Her efforts in education and in the AP program earned her recognition as Educator of the Year for her district in 2015.
Hattie Maguire
Hattie Maguire is a National Board Certified Teacher in her 19th year at Novi High School in southeast Michigan. She teaches both AP English Language and Composition and AP Seminar and has served as a reader for both subjects. She loves sharing her passion for reading and writing instruction as a contributing writer at as well as a regular presenter at the National Council of Teachers of English annual conferences. In addition to teaching Advanced Placement courses, Hattie has also worked as a reading and writing interventionist with struggling learners in her district which has given her a unique perspective on curriculum development for all learners and how teachers might develop appropriate scaffolds to make challenging material accessible.
Martha Rush
Martha Rush is a nationally recognized high school economics and social studies teacher and active teaching advocate. She teaches at Mounds View High School in Arden Hills, Minnesota, and she is the author of Beat Boredom: Engaging Tuned-Out Teenagers (Stenhouse, 2018), and First 50 Days: A Handbook for Young Founders (Quarter Zero, 2020).

Martha has taught AP Macroeconomics for 15 years and AP Microeconomics for 10 years, and she has been an AP reader in both subjects, starting with Macro in 2007. She currently serves on Test Development for the AP Microeconomics Exam, and she has served on the AP Microeconomics Curriculum Design and Assessment Committee and the AP Microeconomics Instructional Design Committee. She has written curriculum for the Council on Economic Education, the Minnesota Council on Economic Education, the Georgia Council on Economic Education, and the Economic Center of Cincinnati, as well as the publishers of the three major AP Econ textbooks. She is the lead consultant for AP Microeconomics and the lead AP Daily instructor for Microeconomics, and she runs AP Summer Institutes in both Micro and Macro. Martha has led multiple student teams to championships and finalist positions at the National Economics Challenge, the JA Student Leadership Conference, and the Personal Finance Challenge.

Martha holds a Master’s in Education Entrepreneurship from the University of Pennsylvania School of Education, a Masters in History from the University of Minnesota, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Michigan.
Sarah Johnson
Proud professional educator, Sarah M. Johnson, teaches Mathematics & Statistics at Grand Blanc High School in Grand Blanc, Michigan, where she also acts as Chair for the Mathematics Department. She has been teaching AP Statistics for more than 14 years and currently serves as an AP Consultant for the Midwest Region of the College Board. Sarah has also worked as an AP Statistics Table Leader, Rubric Team Member, AP Reader, AP Multiple Choice Item Author, a National Delegate to the Academic Assembly of the College Board, NCTM Conference Proposal Reviewer, and as both a Consultant & Mentor with the National Mathematics & Science Initiative. Once upon a time, Sarah raised her hand in a department meeting and asked the question: “Why don’t we have this AP Stats class I heard about?” This is the last time she has raised her hand in a meeting to date. Since that day, she has been educating the masses about fighting our two enemies: bias & variability, and maintaining focus on the #1 job of any statistician-- translating statistics into English for common folk. Sarah uses simulation-based activities to ensure her students are good consumers of data (and also to keep them from sleeping in class). Her passion is helping teachers love statistics as much as she does, and she especially enjoys learning from the experiences of workshop participants! Sarah is married to her marine engineer/program manager husband, and they are attempting to herd cats---err raise 4 beautiful daughters (a.k.a. “Those Johnson Girls” ages 21, 13, 9, and 4).
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