Barbara Ramsey serves a variety of roles in the College Board's Advanced Placement Program. Her educational background includes a B.S. degree in Social Studies Education and her M.A. degree in History.
Her professional experience includes teaching AP U.S. History for over 20 years, serving as Social Studies Department Chair and instituting an Advanced Placement Scholars Program in Tampa, Florida.
Barbara has worked with College Board in developing and conducting professional development workshops in AP U.S. History, Pre-AP Strategies, Administration and Vertical Teams. She has served as an exam leader at the AP U.S. History examination readings and as a trainer and mentor of College Board consultants.
Through teacher training, Barbara uses her extensive educational and consulting background to facilitate the College Board's mission of access and equity in providing the most rigorous opportunities for all students.