Bette Lang works with Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin as a doctoral advisor and liaison. She previously co-taught doctoral courses in the educational leadership program for 12 years. Bette has a doctorate in educational policy and leadership from Marquette University, and specialist and master’s degrees in educational administration from the University of Wisconsin -Superior. Her bachelor’s degree is from the University of Wisconsin -Stevens Point. Prior to retirement, she worked 38 years in K-12 education as a teacher, assistant principal, middle and high school principal, director of curriculum, and superintendent. During her K-12 tenure she was a member of national, state, and local associations and served on boards of professional and community organizations. During her K-12 career, she presented on topics such as leadership and educational issues to a variety of state and local groups and organizations. Bette co-authored two books on school board/superintendent relationships. She was awarded Distinguished Alumna of the Year -College of Education from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In her free time Bette enjoys community service, travel, and spending time with her family.