Gail is AFA’s President.
She has an Educational Administration Master’s degree, but her educational highlight was a Masters in Ethics and Policy, which, at the time, was a unique terminal degree. The multidisciplinary cohort program rejected lists of what not to do: instead studied philosophy, critical thinking, sociology, history, and political science to identify a good place to work.
An educational laboratory of small schools in Las Vegas provided a platform to create Nevada’s first on-site, dual-credit program. Most credit belongs to the program’s architect, but Gail, as principal, became hands-on; endorsing, promoting, teaching, and defending the pilot program. Her students soon earned an AA before graduating from high school.
Gail believes in the Community College system, educating in smaller classes with less cost, and enjoys teaching religion at Chandler-Gilbert. She previously taught political science at Rio Salado.