Marianne Kuzujanakis, M.D., M.P.H.

Marianne Kuzujanakis, M.D., M.P.H., is a pediatrician who holds a Master in Public Health in Clinical Effectiveness through Harvard School of Public Health, received as part of a Pediatric Health Services Research fellowship through Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Kuzujanakis is co-founder of the SENG Misdiagnosis Initiative, is the chair of the SENG Professional Advisory Committee, and is a longtime homeschool educator. She is also a co-author of the recently released Misdiagnosis & Dual Diagnosis of Gifted Children And Adults [2nd Edition].

Andy S. Mahoney, MS, LCPC

Andy Mahoney is the founder of the Center for Identity Potential and Identity Potential, Inc. He is a recognized expert and pioneer in the field of counseling the gifted and talented. His expertise spans nearly 30 years as a counselor, family therapist, and trainer of mental health professionals. Additionally, Andy has focused his emphasis on identity development to create The Fit, a software program the center utilizes in the context of counseling, career development, personal growth and business development.

Jessica Potts, Ph.D.

Jessica Potts holds a doctorate from the University of Nevada, Reno in Secondary Education, with an emphasis on gifted education and online learning. Her MA is in English Literature, with an emphasis on the English Renaissance. She has spent most of her teaching career at The Davidson Academy of Nevada, a public school for profoundly gifted students. Currently, she teaches online courses for the Davidson Academy, develops online content, and teaches graduate courses on gifted education at UNR. Her research is focused mainly on furthering the burgeoning field of online learning for gifted students. Jessica and her husband, Lloyd Potts, live in the Czech Republic with their sons.

Jennifer Harvey Sallin, MA, LLPC, NCC

Jennifer Harvey Sallin, MA, LLPC, NCC is a psychologist and coach who dedicates her work to supporting the gifted and intense. She coaches and mentors highly, exceptionally and profoundly gifted individuals toward mastery, helping them to understand their unique mind and channel their uncommon potential and intensity with self-awareness and purpose. She is co-founder of Rediscovering Yourself, and founder of She lives in Fribourg, Switzerland and works with clients in person locally and by Skype internationally (in English, French and Italian).

Willard L. White, Ph.D.

Dr. Willard White is a teacher-trainer in gifted education, a consultant to school districts in program development and developing curricula for gifted and advanced students, a presenter at state and national conferences, and an Instructor at Florida Atlantic University. His career in education in Michigan included science teacher, teacher of gifted students, He is the author of America’s First Gifted Program: Hollingworth and the Speyer School Experiment. He and his wife Peggy, a former English teacher, live in Jupiter, Florida and they have one adult daughter, Stacey, who also is a teacher.