Sarah Beal received her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Innovation. Her research area is teacher educator effectiveness. After completing her undergraduate degree in Liberal Studies and Spanish from St Mary’s College in California, Sarah earned her teaching certification through ASU’s first Professional Development School. Sarah spent ten years as a classroom teacher and an instructional coach, and earned her Master’s degree in Education with an emphasis in mathematics. Over the last six years, Sarah held several positions at Arizona State University. Sarah was involved in every phase of the reform process from designing the key features of the iTeachAZ Program to leading the change and scaling process with faculty. She has served as an iTeachAZ Site Coordinator and as an iTeachAZ Program Specialist. While in these roles, Sarah assisted with the development of the year-long student teaching residency, the iTeachAZ Performance Assessment process, the mentor selection and training process, the course reform process, the iTeachAZ Program Review process, as well as the iTeachAZ data suite consisting of a mobile application, data dashboard, and professional learning library. Sarah designed and implemented a structure called “Program Alignment Teams” which fostered a culture of collaboration, accountability, and professional development amongst all the teacher educators at ASU.