Rebecca Campbell earned her bachelor's degree in math education from Brigham Young University. She has been teaching in Granite School District since 2009. After teaching secondary math for six years, she transitioned to the elementary level to teach Spanish dual immersion. She enjoys working with gifted students, especially those from low socioeconomic backgrounds.
Halley Kirk is the SALTA Gifted and Talented Program Coordinator and Instructional Specialist for Canyons School District. Previously, she taught for twelve years, primarily in a gifted and talented magnet program and upper elementary/middle school. She received her M.A. in Teaching from Westminster College and attained endorsements in Gifted & Talented, Educational Technology, and ESL. She also holds a B.A. in International Politics and Philosophy from Utah State University. Halley is passionate about helping students engage in deep conversations, make critical connections, take ownership of their learning, and think at more complex levels. She enjoys getting outdoors, listening to live music, and traveling as much as possible in her free time.
Trish French is currently serving as the Gifted and Talented Specialist for the Utah State Board of Education. Prior to that Trish taught in a gifted magnet program for Canyons School District, worked as an instructional coach, taught primarily math and science in upper elementary and middle school, and wrote/edited science and math textbooks. When she is not working Trish loves spending time hiking and biking with her husband and hanging out with her two grandchildren.
Tammy Wright has been a teacher in Granite School District for 24 years, 12 of which were in the Advanced Learning Center gifted program at Fox Hills Elementary. She has been the Gifted Coordinator for Granite School District since 2021. She earned a B.S. in Elementary Education from Brigham Young University, and and M.Ed. from Utah State University. She has teaching endorsements in Gifted and Talented, Elementary Mathematics, and ESL. She has served on the UAGC Summer Conference committee since 2020, and joined the UAGC board in 2023.