Beverly A. Trail, Ed.D.

Beverly A. Trail, Ed.D.

Beverly A. Trail, Ed.D., is the National Association for Gifted Children’s Special Population Network Chair. She is a twice-exceptional consultant, trainer, researcher, and frequent presenter at the National Association for Gifted Children and Council for Exceptional Children Conventions. Dr. Trail earned a doctorate in Special Education from the University of Northern Colorado and a master’s degree in Gifted Education from the University of Denver. She is a licensed Director of Special Education and is endorsed as a Gifted Education Specialist. Currently, she is teaching and developing courses for a new master’s degree program in gifted education at Regis University where she is also a Community of Excellence facilitator.

Her career in education spans 22 years with experience at the district level as gifted education coordinator, resource teacher, and twice-exceptional consultant. The school based gifted program she coordinated was designated as a model program in gifted education by the Colorado Department of Education 2+2 Excellence in Education Project. She was contracted by Colorado Department of Education to develop an introductory resource handbook and training module for the Twice-Exceptional Project. For 3 years, she conducted twice-exceptional trainings throughout the state. As a result of her extensive work in gifted education, she was inducted into the Colorado Academy of Educators for the Gifted, Talented, and Creative. Currently, she serves on the Colorado State Advisory Committee for Gifted Student Education and is on the Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented Board of Directors.

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