Steve Gallop, OD graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1989 and had lectured across the globe. Dr. Gallop has had extensive experience with vision therapy both as a doctor and as a patient. His published titles include "The Tao of Vision Training," "Compensating & Therapeutic Lenses: Passive vs. Dynamic Prescribing," and " What's So Great About 20/20?"  He has published two  books, Looking Differently at Nearsightedness and Myopia and A Parent Guide to Strabismus, Eye Muscle Surgery and Vision Therapy Dr. Gallop has spent all 30 of his years in private practice and provides all Vision Therapy personally.

Glen Steele, OD, FCOVD, FAAO is a professor at the Southern College of Optometry in the Pediatric Service. A past president of both the College of Optometrists in Vision Development and the Optometric Extension Program Foundation, he is co-founder of AOA InfantSEE program.  He has lectured extensively throughout the USA and internationally in the area of infant vision development and care.  Dr. Steele has been awarded Tennessee's Optometrist of the Year, one of Optometric Management's TOP Ten Optometrists of the Decade in 2000, the G.N. Getmen Award from COVD, and Southern College of Optometry's Lifetime Achievement Award.

Marc Taub, OD, FAAO, FCOVD isa professor and chief of Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation Services at Southern College of optometry.  He teaches vision therapy and is active in clinical research.  He is also the supervisor for the Pediatric and Vision Therapy Residency.  Dr. Taub is the Editor-in-Chief of the Optometry& Visual Performance and serves on the review board of Optometry Times. He has written numerous peer reviewed articles and has lectured and presented posters at national and local conferences.