Early Career Researcher Mini-Grant winners

Lindsay Lee, 2023 Early Career Mini-Grant winner
2023: Lindsay Lee

An Assistant Research Professor at East Tennessee State University, Lindsay Lee is a dedicated educational scholar who focuses on ensuring that all advanced learners, irrespective of their background or circumstances, have equal access to the necessary resources and support to unlock their full potential.

Anne Roberts, 2022 Early Career Mini-Grant winner
2022: Dr. Anne Roberts

Dr. Anne Roberts is a tenure-track professor at Fisk University. She has a Master of Arts in educational psychology and a Ph.D. in educational psychology from the University of Connecticut as well as a Master of Education in curriculum & instruction and a Bachelor of Arts in linguistics from the University of Mary Washington.

Dr. Lisa M. Ridgley, 2020 Early Career Researcher Mini-Grant winner
2020: Dr. Lisa M. Ridgley

The Mensa Foundation is proud to award Dr. Lisa M. Ridgley with its inaugural Early Career Researcher Mini-Grant to support her research into the efficacy and potential biases of the teacher-nomination process of identifying gifted students.