Director, The Mentoring Institute
Gary M. Kilburg is a professor of education who teaches in the Master of Arts in Teaching program and serves as director of the Mentoring Institute for the School of Education at George Fox University – a role he has held for the past 20 years. Gary was named George Fox University’s Graduate Teacher of the Year for 2007-2008. Recent publications include peer-reviewed articles in the Mentoring and Tutoring Journal, Teachers College Record, ICCTE Journal and Chapter X and XI, Volume II of Dominguez, N., and Guadarrama, J. (Eds.) (2011) Field Guide of Mentoring: An Outlook of Theory and Practice (“Manual de Mentoring: Perspectivas Teoricas y Practicas”) at the Instituto de Administracion Publica del Estado de Mexico (IAPEM). Dr. Kilburg has been a book reviewer for Teachers College Record as well as serving as a peer reviewer for the ICCTE Journal, American Educational Research Journal, and AERA National Conference proposals. Gary has also been a board member for the International Mentoring Association from 2006 to 2010 and has taught at both the secondary level and in higher education for 43 years.