Christine S. Neville
Christine S. Neville, Ed.D., works as an advocate for highly gifted children through the Cheetah Project. She has worked at all levels of public schools, beginning as a classroom teacher, a resource teacher, and then a supervisor for gifted and talented programs. She is published in High IQ Kids: Collected Insights, Information, and Personal Stories from the Experts. She served as a high school principal in Clarke County and Charlottesville, Virginia, and in Camden, Maine. Her doctorate is from the University of Virginia, where she helped start the Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) for gifted students and taught graduate-level courses in gifted education. She founded and served as Director of the Mary Baldwin College Program for the Exceptionally Gifted (PEG) and became Head of School after opening the Academy for Gifted Children in Cincinnati, Ohio. She has presented locally, regionally, and nationally on classroom management, school leadership, and most aspects of gifted education.She is a co-editor of Off the Charts: Asynchrony and the Gifted Child.