Cheryl Hines, is a world-renowned actress, writer, director, and social activist.  Cheryl is best known for her twice-nominated Emmy Award role as the irreverent and anguished wife of Larry David in the hit HBO show “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” as well as from the television show “Suburgatory” starring Jane Levy.  As a Hollywood staple since 2000, Cheryl has appeared in many hit movies including starring opposite Robin Williams in “RV” as well as in the movie “Waitress.” Her 2009 directorial debut of “Serious Moonlight” starred Meg Ryan and Timothy Hutton.  Cheryl has recently received tabloid attention due to her 2014 marriage to Bobby Kennedy Jr., the third son of the late Senator Bobby Kennedy, brother of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. 

Rebecca (Becky) Hines is a Ph.D. Professor at the University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando, Florida, where she teaches pre-service teachers how to teach, specializing in the instruction of exceptional children. Prior to her university position, she was as a language arts teacher, a teacher of students with severe emotional challenges, and a middle school co-teacher. She is the co-author of “Co-Teaching in Secondary Schools” a guide book of evidence-based strategies supporting the challenges of co-teaching for educators.