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Main Contributors

Dr Alex Davidovic has a wealth of practical experience in helping parents and gifted children. With Dr Alex’s mentorship, generations of young talents have been able to develop extraordinary potentials up to the level of the World Champion.

[ Picture: Diana Davidovic and Dr Alex Davidovic on Diana’s Graduation Day. ]


Jennifer Chantrill is the member of the Golden Key International Scholar Society. She has a B.A. degree in Aboriginal Studies and French Language, and is currently completing the Master’s degree in Cross-Cultural Studies and International Relations.


Following his graduation from the Music Academy in 1996, Milan Mitic performed in solo guitar concerts all over Europe. When asked about his favorite personal moments, Milan singled out the ovations he received at DEIA Music Festival in Palma De Mallorca, Spain, and the incredibly enthusiastic reception of his lectures at the Conservatory of Karditsa and Thessaloniki, Greece.

Dr Alex and Milan are the co-authors of the FAME method for rapid guitar mastery.


Diana Davidovic is the person behind the "Your Questions Answered" section in the Magazine. Diana was barely 20 when she graduated with a degree in Psychological Studies, and 21 when she got her Masters Degree in Marketing. She has first-hand knowledge of the challenges that gifted children face and shares the special bond with them, with the desire and knowledge to help them live happy, rich and meaningful lives.


Dr Henry Borenson is the education management expert and the president of Borenson and Associates Incorporated, based in Allentown in Pennsylvania, United States. He has devised an ingenious iPad application called Hands-On Equations that not only makes it exceptionally easy to learn algebra, but makes it fun too.


Ann Smith is the director at Gifted Support Centre in San Francisco Bay Area in California, United States.

  • Parent Representative for the Bay Area region on the Board of Directors for California Association for the Gifted
  • Certified SENG (Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted) model parent group facilitator

Dr Lori J. Flint is an assistant professor at the East Carolina University, with a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology/Gifted & Creative Education. Dr. Flint is the parent of three gifted children, has taught gifted children, and teaches others about them in undergraduate and graduate level courses. She has worked as an advocate for the unique needs of the gifted for decades, and will continue to do through teaching, speaking, and writing for years to come.


Roya Klingner is a solution-oriented therapist for gifted children. She is the Head and Founder of Bavarian Center for Gifted and Talented Children (2008), Iranian Center for Gifted and Talented Children (2010) and The Global Center for Gifted and Talented Children (2012). In addition, she is the German Delegate in the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children (WCGTC), member of the European Council for High Ability (ECHA) and member of International Research Association for Talent Development and Excellence (IRATDE), Liaison of SENG, and a lecturer at the University of Erlangen.


Dr Deborah Ruf specializes in gifted assessment and test interpretation, and the guidance for the gifted. She is based in Minneapolis, United States.

  • Founder of TalentIgniter
  • 2007 recipient of the national Intellectual Benefits Award from the Mensa Education and Research Foundation
  • Author of award-winning book “5 Levels of Gifted”
  • 2003 to 2008 National Gifted Children Program Coordinator for American Mensa

Dr Regan Foust from Gifted Support Center in San Francisco Bay Area in California, United States, specializes in the Psychology and Education of the Gifted. The research of Dr Foust includes the academic, social and emotional appropriateness of honors and advanced placement programs for gifted learners, and psychometric properties of assessments for the gifted.


Steven Walsh is a teacher who has managed the development of over 100 specialized software packages and tools for advancing children’s creativity, numeracy and literacy. Steve has a passion for dinosaurs, which was fully utilized during the 4-year development of the first version of Interactive Dinosaurs Encyclopedia.



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