As an educational consultant, author, and curriculum designer, Emily Diehl translates the latest educational research on academic mindsets and motivation into student programs and teacher practices. She served as an ELA and Reading teacher and instructional coach in South Sacramento, California, implementing mindset research in schools with students and adults. In 2009, she began her work with Mindset Works, Inc., as a classroom teacher, then joined the team in 2013. Emily supports schools across the country in implementation of Social Emotional Learning (SEL), Leadership, and professional learning sessions working with schools like School District of Philadelphia; New York City Schools; Washington, DC, Public Schools; Cincinnati Public Schools; and Los Angeles Unified School District. She has contributed to programs for Scholastic, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and Mindset Works, including MATH 180, READ 180, Brainology, MindsetMaker, and LeaderKit. She frequently writes for the Mindset Works blog and other publications.