Hope E. Wilson, Ph.D.

Hope E. Wilson, Ph.D.

Hope E. Wilson, Ph.D., writes from the perspective of both a parent and an educator. As an educator, she has worked primarily as an elementary art teacher in Texas. In this position, she had the joy of teaching all of the students, from kindergarten through fifth grade, and working with the other teachers to develop cross-curricular activities and connections. Hope earned her master’s degree in teaching from Austin College in Sherman, TX, and then a second master’s degree in gifted education from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, TX. After 4 years of teaching, Hope went to the University of Connecticut to pursue her Ph.D. in educational psychology with a specialization in gifted education. For 3 years, Hope was a professor at Stephen F. Austin State University. Currently, she is an Associate Professor and Faculty Assessment Coordinator at the University of North Florida and an Associate Editor for the Journal of Advanced Academics. She is the mother of two children, Lily and Keenan. A life-long perfectionist herself, having children made Hope really consider priorities and refocus her life in order to change unhealthy perfectionism into healthy motivation.

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