|An administrator, broadly conceived, is a person who has authority to lead and manage people, practices, materials, and policies in an educational unit. Dan Tannacito shows teachers the pathway to becoming English language program administrators (ELPAs) and the myriad benefits they can derive. Most may be surprised to see that they are already on this path because making a difference and changing lives is at the heart of what they do. Administrators go beyond the walls of the classroom to effect the changes that improve policy, practice, and pedagogy. Becoming an ELPA enables a teacher to promote cultural understanding, effect educational change, and grow personally and professionally.