Christine Browning is a Professor of Mathematics Education in the Department of Mathematics at Western Michigan University based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She teaches undergraduate and graduate mathematics content courses for K-8 preservice teachers. Christine is interested in developing mathematics curriculum for preservice elementary/middle school teachers that a) makes appropriate use of digital tools and b) incorporates artifacts of children’s thinking. She is also interested in the use of digital tools that extend the walls of the mathematics classroom and engage preservice teachers with mathematics teaching and learning. Her research areas of interest are on mathematical and statistical content knowledge for K-8 teaching, and technology, pedagogy, and content knowledge (TPACK). Christine’s service to AMTE includes being one of the first co-editors for the CITE-Math journal, along with Mark Klespis, in 2000. She and Mark served in the same capacity again beginning in 2008. She has also served on the the AMTE Technology Committee, Nominations Committee and the celebrations task force. She has been the Publications Director since 2012.