Jadrian Wooten is currently an Assistant Teaching Professor at The Pennsylvania State University. His research interests are in managerial and labor related issues in sports as well as teaching pedagogy. He is also deeply involved in developing teaching resources for university and high school economics instructors.
Kalina Staub is originally from Texas, where she received a BA in French and Economics from the University of Texas at Austin before moving to the great state of North Carolina to pursue graduate studies at Duke University. Before coming to UNC, she was a lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Kalina is an applied microeconomist whose research has focused on marriage formation and dissolution in the US. More recently, she has become interested in exploring effective teaching strategies in the economics classroom.
Susan Reilly is a Professor of Economics at Florida State College at Jacksonville and serves as the Director for the Center on Economic and Financial Education. As the Director for CEFE, Susan is involved in both the Council on Economic Education and the National Association of Economic Educators. Susan conducts approximately 10 professional development workshops for K-12 teachers each year, presents at national conferences, and hosts nationally recognized speakers at the college.