Ed Wilson was born in 1945 in Brooklyn, N.Y., and graduated in 1964 from John Adams High School in Brooklyn, where he was a member of the Business, Drama and Public Speaking clubs. He received an A.B. degree in Spanish from Benedictine College, a global language teaching certificate from Yale University, an M.A. in Gifted Talented Education from the University of Connecticut and a C.A.S. degree in school psychology from Fairfield University. He also studied Spanish at the University of Valencia in Spain. His career in education includes Spanish teacher in New Haven, Conn.; bilingual psychologist in New York City; and education director in Norwalk, Conn. He currently is a consulting bilingual psychologist in the Bridgeport and Darien school systems. He and his wife Mary Jayne live in Darien and have two adult children and four grandchildren. He is a member of Piedmont Associates, Darien Boat Club, National Association of School Psychologists, Educational Union Association, Phi Delta Kappa, State Line Muscle Car Club, Darien YMCA, Greenwich Art Society, Greenwich Arts Council and United Federation of Teachers. Ed’s interests include boating, travel, oil painting, model railroading, world languages and his grandchildren.