Since graduation, Gaye Gibb has worked at Westridge Elementary in the Provo School District as a teacher, facilitator, and principal. In 2003 she earned her MEd, and she is currently working on a PhD at BYU. Gibb states, “The McKay School of Education has had a profound effect on my life. The professors I have worked with at BYU have changed my life for the better. They have been models of excellence and mentored me in my profession.” She says there have been many noble educators in her life. Two that stand out in her mind are Max Berryessa and Marie Tuttle. They had a great infuence on her teaching style as well as on her career.