Bonnie Kulenkamp has been educating students since 2003. She has served as an administrator and classroom teacher in both Indianapolis district and charter schools. Kulenkamp's passion is educating teachers and colleagues on trauma informed and neuroscience based classroom practices. Kulenkamp graduated from Ball State University with a bachelors in Elementary Education and from the University of Indianapolis with her masters in Curriculum and Instruction and Mild Interventions. Bonnie additionally holds a certification in Applied Educational Neuroscience from Butler University. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Urban Educational Studies at IU. Kulenkamp’s passion is to provide support and guidance to pre and in service teachers and equip them with trauma informed and brain based practices to address student needs. Kulenkamp resides with her husband, four children, dog, cat, and a coop full of chickens in Broad Ripple, Indiana.