Former C-SPAN Senior Fellows

Randy Bilyeu

Randy Bilyeu is a U.S. Government and AP U.S. Government teacher at McKinney Boyd High School in McKinney, Texas. Randy has his BA from Midwestern State University, and has 26 years of experience in secondary and adult education. He is the National Honor Society sponsor at McKinney Boyd High School and has served McKinney ISD as a grade level team leader, campus department chair, and the district’s curriculum design team leader. In addition, he has worked as a question writer for the Texas Education Agency, and as a contributor, in 2006, to the Texas Education Agency’s Region 10 primary source curriculum tool.

Ben Bohmfalk
Ben Bohmfalk, a former social studies teacher at Roaring Fork High School in Carbondale, Colorado. Ben earned a BA in history at Duke University and a Masters of Education at the University of Denver. He has developed civics curriculum and trained teachers nationally and internationally.
Sunshine Cavalluzzi
Sunshine teaches AP Government and Politics and Legal Discovery, coaches the Mock Trial team, and serves as the Law Academy coordinator at El Dorado High School (her alma mater!) in Placentia, CA. Sunshine was a 2017 C-SPAN Fellow.
Cheryl Davis
Cheryl Davis is a former social studies teacher at Miramonte High School in Orinda, California and currently the Technology Specialist for the Acalanes Union High School District in Lafayette, California. Cheryl is a Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Mentor Advisor, an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Google Certified Teacher.
Cara Gallagher
Cara Gallagher has taught U.S. History, Civics, and AP Government for the last seven years. In addition to teaching, she’s published articles for CQ Press on Supreme Court history, presents at education conferences on current topics in civic education, and is currently doing research on a book for teachers about constitutional law. Cara teaches at Evanston Township High School in Evanston, Illinois.
Judy Gelber
Judy Gelber is an AP and Honors U.S. Government, and AP and Honors U.S. History teacher at iPreparatory Academy in Miami, FL. She has a B.A. from Cornell University in American Studies and a law degree from George Washington University. She is the Social Studies Honor Society and Model United Nations sponsor at iPrep Academy. She has also worked for the College Board as an online teacher mentor for AP U.S. History teachers and an essay reader of the AP U.S. History Test. She was a 2016 C-SPAN Fellow.
Brendan Gonzalez
Brendan Gonzalez is an AP U.S. Government & Politics and AP World History teacher at Benjamin Franklin High School in New Orleans, LA . He graduated from Loyola University New Orleans with a Bachelor of Arts in History in 2006. Thereafter, he attended Louisiana State University, receiving his M.A. in Modern European History in 2010. He was a 2013 C-SPAN Fellow.
William Kamps
Bill teaches US History II and a senior Humanities Seminar, as well as two elective courses: one on Genocide and another on the Presidential Election. He also co-advises the PGC Peer Leadership Program and Student Council at Hightstown High School in Hightstown, NJ. Bill was a 2017 C-SPAN Fellow.
Joe Karb
Joe Karb has taught 7th and 8th grade Social Studies for the past fifteen years. In addition to teaching, he is Director of Teacher Initiatives for the Robert H. Jackson Center in Jamestown, New York. Joe’s projects have been featured on PBS Newshour, Britannica Online, and in several social studies research studies. In 2012, he was selected as the National Council for Social Studies Middle School Teacher of the Year. Joe teaches at Springville-Griffith Institute Middle School in Jamestown, New York.
Brian Rock

Brian Rock is a social studies teacher at East Orange Campus High School in East Orange, NJ. He currently teaches A.P. U.S. Government and Politics and U.S. History. He is also the Yearbook advisor at the high school, and he serves as the Government Relations Chair for his union local. He has presented professional development workshops at the NJ Council for Social Studies as well as the Montclair State University Network for Educational Renewal. Brian earned his Ed.M. and B.A. from Rutgers University. While working towards his Ed.D. at Rutgers, he also completed a Graduate Fellowship with the Eagleton Institute of Politics.

Meghan Selway
Meghan Selway teaches Government, Economics, and Law and Society at Miramonte High School in Orinda, California and is involved in the tutoring program for Refugee Transitions at Oakland International High School. Her additional education experiences include being a consultant for Curriculum Development and Teacher Training, UC Berkeley History Social Studies Project and the Center Director for Score! Learning Centers.
Dan Tulli
Dan Tulli is a National Board Certified Teacher who teaches A.P. U.S. Government and A.P. Psychology at L.C. Bird High School in Chesterfield County, Virginia. Dan also teaches part-time as an adjunct instructor of American History at John Tyler Community College and Richard Bland College. In 2013, he received an R.E.B. Award for Teaching Excellence and was also selected as a Brown Teacher Research Fellow at the Library of Virginia for the summer of 2014. Dan’s historical writing has been published in Encyclopedia Virginia, a project of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.
Tracey VanDusen
Tracey Van Dusen teaches U. S. History, Government, and AP Government at Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Tracey has a B.A. in political science and an M.A. in history. She has developed curriculum for history teachers in association with the University of Michigan. She served as a 2010 Classroom Teaching Ambassador Fellow for the U. S. Department of Education.