Sue Sarber is supervisor of professional learning in the department of teaching and learning for the Arlington Public Schools in Arlington, VA, where she advocates dailyfor effective professional learning to improve student learning. She began her career in education as an elementary school teacher for Prince William County Schools before moving to the position of instructional technology specialist. She continued as an instructional technology coordinator with Arlington Public Schools in 1999 and has moved within that district from media integration coordinator to professional development specialist to the last 14 years as its professional learning supervisor. She credits Learning Forward and the network of colleagues she has developed with encouraging and inspiring her throughout her career. She is an active member of Learning Forward Virginia Affiliate where she has served as a member, region representative, and president. Sarber has presented at annual conferences, served on the host committee, and contributes to and supports the Learning Forward Foundation. Sarber received her B.A. in education from Virginia Tech, her M.Ed. in education leadership and science and her Ph.D. in instructional technology from George Mason University.