M. Lynn Breyfogle is a Professor of Mathematics and Associate Dean for the College of Arts & Sciences at Bucknell University. Her research interests include changing pre-service and in-service teachers' beliefs about mathematics pedagogy, supporting effective classroom discourse, and exposing issues of privilege and equity in mathematics education. She is presently the PI on an NSF STEP2 grant “Using Early Introduction to Undergraduate Research to Recruit, Retain, and Graduate More STEM Majors”. She has been a member of AMTE since 1997 and served as Secretary for AMTE (2008-11), board liaison to the Membership, Mentoring, and TE-MAT Committees. In other service to AMTE, she served as chair of AMTE’s CCCSS Task Force (2012), team member attending the National Math Panel Forum, editorial panel member for the 2007 AMTE Monograph Cases in Mathematics Teacher Education: Tools for Developing Knowledge Needed For Teaching, and AMTE Teacher Resource Task Force member (2004-09). She has also served as chair of and member on NCTM’s Teaching Children Mathematics Editorial Panel, member of the 2011 NCTM Yearbook Motivation and Disposition: Pathways to Learning Mathematics editorial panel, PCTM Annual Yearbook co-editor, and chair of the Membership Committee for PA-AMTE (2007-09).