Corin Goodwin

 

I founded GHF: Gifted Homeschoolers Forum, a nonprofit dedicated to serving families of gifted and twice exceptional children, in 2004 to address a growing need for support and advocacy. I ran it for 15 years, building it into an international advocacy community with a publishing arm and online classes and also taught a number of online classes for GHFO, including US Government and the Policy Process (co-taught with Madeline), How to Write A Research Paper, and World War II: Conversations and Context. 

In my free time, I read almost everything, write, and play with longswords. I’m a big fan of Stargate: SG-1, and I enjoy science, science fiction, and history – sometimes in the same universe. As a former homeschooler, I believe in lifelong learning. I did my undergraduate work at San Francisco State University in Urban Studies and my graduate work at Georgetown University in Public Policy.