Who We Are

Joyce Bunderson – President

Joyce Bunderson, has professional experience and an academic background in nutrition, public health, food science, and management. Joyce Bunderson actually sees herself as Grandma, because she, in fact, has 32 grandchildren. Although she has a vision of herself as a grandma, she is also a Registered Dietitian, with two graduate degrees, one a Masters in Public Health, Nutrition from UCLA, Class of 85; she also holds a doctorate in Public Administration. Joyce was the manager of Clinical Nutrition Services at Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles, one of the premier children’s hospitals in the world.

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Victor Bunderson – Chair Person

Dr. Bunderson’s work began in academic settings at the University of Texas and Brigham Young University, where he was principal investigator on the $5 million NSF-financed TICCIT computer-aided instruction project. He has long regarded the problems of educational change as requiring contributions from business and technology as well as from academia. Accordingly, he has been a co-founder of several companies involving advanced computer and information technologies, and education and training applications. He returned to academe in 1991 to work with a cadre of talented PhD students, which led to Validity-Centered Design, and built the foundations for Learning Progress Systems based on domain theories of learning and growth.