Tamara Rosier, PhD, has been a college administrator, a faculty developer, a professor, a high school teacher, and a national public speaker. Dr. Rosier began her career in higher education as a professor of education. She taught educational psychology, reading in the content areas, and various teacher practicums. She directed her attention to developing the teaching of her fellow faculty members when she became dean of faculty development at Cornerstone University and later at Grand Valley State University, serving in the Faculty Teaching and Learning Center. As a cofounder of Acorn Leadership Consulting, she works with leaders to help them develop leadership skills, social intelligence, and healthy organizational cultures. Today, most of her time and energy are focused on the ADHD Center of West Michigan. As founder, she leads a team of professionals to provide outstanding resources for individuals and their families after they receive a diagnosis of ADHD. In her coaching practice, she helps her clients understand their metacognitive thinking processes in order to develop more confidence, smoother communication, closer relationships, and increased academic or work success. Dr. Rosier presents at ADHD conferences and publishes articles about ADHD for the public. She is currently the president of the ADHD Coaches Organization.