She is co-principal investigator for the mod4 materials development project and the Dev-TE@M project. Both projects create educational materials for use with elementary teachers, focused on helping teachers develop their mathematical knowledge and skills for teaching. She is also co-director the Elementary Mathematics Laboratory, a summer mathematics program that offers local schoolchildren an opportunity to learn mathematics and that also provides an opportunity for professional educators and researchers with diverse expertise to work together to solve complex problems of learning and teaching. Finally, she is the projects director for the digital archive at the Brandon Center for the Study of Education Practice. The Brandon Center's collections feature classroom records of practice that are available for research, education, and materials development.
Her PhD in Curriculum, Teaching, and Educational Policy is from Michigan State University.