Board of Directors
Kim's passion for mathematics teaching and learning is best seen in her work with teachers and leaders throughout Arizona and across the U.S. With a Ph.D. in mathematic seducation and as a National Board Certified Teacher, Kim eagerly works to act as a liaison between the research world and classroom instruction.
Ed began his service as a board member of the Arizona Association of Teachers of Mathematics (AATM) in 1992. He first served as the State Coordinator for the State High School Math Contest and is currently the webmaster and annual conference co-chair. In 2006, Ed co-authored, “AIMS-Math” Barron’s Test Preparation Series, a study guide to prepare students taking the Arizona AIMS Math Test. Ed is currently teaching at Hamilton High School in Chandler. Ed enjoys finding new ways to incorporate technology into the classroom. During the last several years, he recruited and trained teachers throughout the East Valley in the use of the WebWork homework system.
Journal & Publications
Shelley Tingey is Program Manager of the PRIME Center at Arizona State University. Current programs include the Helios Education Foundation-funded STEM in the Middle Program, and the NSF-funded STC BioXFEL Education Outreach Program. She is editor of the online journal, OnCore, and a board member of the Arizona Association of Teachers of Mathematics. Shelley has been a Professor of Mathematics at Central Arizona College, and an adjunct faculty member at Maricopa Community Colleges in Arizona and San Juan College in New Mexico. She has also taught middle school and elementary students in both general and special needs classrooms. Shelley holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computational Mathematics and an MBA.
Amy Rushall has been a faculty member in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Northern Arizona University since 1998. She has been active in the professional development of K-12 teachers throughout her career, most recently delivering the Intel Math program to K-8 teachers of northern Arizona through grants from the Arizona Department of Education. Ms. Rushall has been a member of AATM since moving to Arizona in 1998 and has coordinated the AATM Algebra Contest since 2006.