Marsha Davis currently teaches at Eastern Connecticut State University, and has been involved in mathematics education reform for over 20 years. Specializing in the use of technology in the mathematics and statistics classroom, she is one of the core contributing writers on the ARISE project, a NSF-funded comprehensive secondary curriculum development project. She has been an invited speaker at numerous national conferences, including AMATYC, ICTCM, SIAM, ASA, and AMA, and will be speaking at the January '03 MAA/AMS meeting.
Judith Flagg Moran is the director of the mathematics help center at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. She has conducted NSF-funded workshops together with colleagues at the University of Hartford to promote the use of technology and collaborative learning. She is an active member of the American Mathematical Society (AMS), the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), and the Association of Women in Mathematics.
Mary Murphy has published several children's books, including I LIKE IT WHEN, which won the Parenting Magazine Gold Medal. She lives in Dublin, Ireland.