IDLA is Idaho’s Virtual School established by the Idaho Legislature in 2002. IDLA provides eLearning expertise, virtual services and leadership in collaboration with Idaho school teachers and administrators to ensure all of Idaho students’ needs are being met. Before becoming employed full time at IDLA, Dr. Reberry was a building level principal and assistant superintendent for a district serving over 5,000 students. Additionally, she continues her duties as online principal for IDLA as she has the previous eight years. Dr. Reberry received her Doctorate in Education in 2002 in Educational Leadership with emphasis in Instructional Technology. Her dissertation was titled “Teaching with Technology (TWT): Professional Development Opportunity for Teachers Sponsored by the J.A. & Kathryn Albertson Foundation.” In her dissertation she looked at how professional development activities affect teachers and the use of technology in their classrooms.