Keri Guilbault, Ed.D., was named to the Mensa Foundation board in 2017 and to the American Mensa Committee as Director of Science and Education in 2019. She joined Mensa in 1999 and has served as the National Gifted Youth Program Chair, local Scholarship Chair and local Gifted Youth Coordinator. Keri received the American Mensa National Chair’s Service Award in 2019 and 2005.
Dr. Guilbault is currently an assistant professor of gifted education at Johns Hopkins University. She has more than 18 years of experience in education, having previously worked as a district supervisor of gifted and talented programs, as a curriculum specialist and instructional coach, and as a teacher of the gifted. Keri holds a master’s degree in gifted education from the University of South Florida and an educational specialist degree and doctoral degree in educational leadership with specialization in gifted education program administration from the University of Central Florida.
Dr. Guilbault served on the National Association for Gifted Children Board of Directors from 2014-18 and is a former president of state gifted education advocacy organizations in Florida and Maryland. She has received state and national awards for her advocacy, service, and scholarship in the field of gifted education, including the 2019 NAGC Early Leader Award and the Maryland State Department of Education State Leadership in Gifted & Talented Education award in 2012 and 2016. She specializes in the needs of highly gifted learners, academic acceleration, and parenting gifted children.