Dr. Kilic-Bahi received her Ph.D. in Operator Theory from University of New Hampshire, her M.Sc. degree in Functional Analysis from University of Saskatchewan, and her B.Sc. degree from Middle East Technical University in Turkey. She has been teaching at Colby-Sawyer College, a small Liberal Arts College since 2003. She has been the only mathematician in the Department of Natural Sciences at CSC. She served as the principal investigator for three NSF Grants; two focusing on the development and advancement of a Quantitative Reasoning (QR) program at Colby-Sawyer College, and one focusing on the development of a National QR Assessment instrument. In 2011, she completed a higher education graduate assessment certification program at James Madison University. She has given numerous talks, workshopson QR, use of technology in teaching, use of history of in teaching mathematics. Her work on QR is published in the National Numeracy Network Journal and an MAA Special Issue on Quantitative Literacy. She organized and led three summer mathematics camps for Middle School Students which were funded by MAA Dolciani Enrichment Grants and by MSRI. She currently is serving as the chair of the MAA Committee on the Participation of Women in Mathematics, a member of the MAA Committee on Assessment, a member of the Joint Committee on the Participation of Women in Mathematics, and on the board of the New Hampshire Women in Higher Education Leadership Organization. She is actively involved in the MAA and has organized and facilitated numerous panels, workshops, and contributed paper sessions.