Katherine is a writer, musician, and history buff who was born and raised in northern New England. After studying art history in college, she became fascinated with the psychology of creativity, and continues to study philosophy, sociology, and the power of human connection.
Adam lives and works in the Baltimore area where he participates in a house church, enjoys spending time with his wife and kids, and appreciates learning from others with deep knowledge. His creative outlet manifests in projects ranging from cutting boards to a self-designed and built cabin.
David is an artist, writer and generally curious fellow. He drops things into black holes for a living.
Elizabeth Mika is a Chicago-area counselor and therapist and a contributor to the New York Times best-selling book The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump.
Deirdre V. Lovekcy, PhD, is a clinical psychologist who has developed a deep understanding of the special social, emotional, and educational needs of the highly gifted in her over 25 years of practice. She is the author of Different Minds: Gifted Children with AD/HD, Asperger Syndrome, and Other Learning Deficits.
Chris Wells, PhD, is Director of Qualitative Research for the Institute for the Study of Advanced Development/Gifted Development Center. She is an educational psychologist, author, and parent of a twice-exceptional son.