Gene Beckett, NADE President-elect 1994-95; NADE President 1995-96
Dr. William Broderick,
(awaiting details for links) Cerritos College, CA, co-author of TechTalk in the JDE,
Dr. Kathy Carpenter, ACDEA/CLADEA Fellow inducted in 2001; first president of the Heartland Chapter of CRLA; CRLA Treasurer 1990-1992; thirthy-fifth CRLA President 1997-98; member of the NADE/CRLA Blue Ribbon Commission
Dr Frank Christ, LSCHE Founder; Founding Fellow of CLADEA (ACDEA in 2000); one of CRLA's founding members and second president in 1968-69; Summer & Winter Institute Director, TIDE Founder & mentor
Dr. Susan Hashway, former President of NADE
Harry Hild, One of the Founders of NAR/DSPE (NADE); NAR/DSPE Vice President 1979-82; NADE President-elect 1986-87; NADE President 1987-88; retired Emeritus Professor at Northeastern Illinois University. "Professor Hild
Kerstiens, Founding Fellow of CLADEA (ACDEA in 2000); one of CRLA's founding members and fifth president in 1971-72; Winter Institute mentor; Director of Andragogy Associates and co-author of the Study Behavior Inventory
Martha Maxwell, pioneer in learning centers and developmental
education. Founder of student learning centers at the American University, the University of Maryland, and the University of California at Berkeley; inspiration for the ACDEA/CLADEA Fellows program; Founding ACDEA Fellow in 2000.
Vashti Muse, (awaiting details for links) NADE President, 1991-1992; Recipient of the NADE Award for Outstanding Service to Developmental Education, 1999. The Mississippi Legislature presented a joint resolution recognizing her impact on education in the State of Mississippi.
Cynthia Peterson, TIDE founder and mentor, JCRL editor
Dr. Brenda Phaeler (awaiting details & for links)
Dr. Karen Quinn (awaiting details & for links)
Dr. Gladys Shaw, is the only person ever to serve on the boards (as treasurer) of both the National Association for Developmental Education (NADE) and the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA). She co-chaired the NADE/CRLA Joint Symposium, co-founded CRLA's International Tutor Training Program Certification (1989) and CRLA's International Mentor Training Program Certification in 1998..
Smith, seventeenth president of CRLA (1983-84) and past
director of learning centers at Rutgers University
Dr. William White, master educator and mentor for developmental education; inducted posthumously as a CLADEA Fellow in 2009
(awaiting details for links) sponsored a meeting at San Bernardino Valley College where
WCRA was born. A pioneer learning assistance director at
San Bernadino Valley Community College, CA