Sareh Karami is an assistant professor of Educational Psychology at Mississippi University. Karami earned her doctorate in Educational Studies from Purdue University. Sareh received her bachelor's and first master's in clinical psychology from the University of Tehran. She served as the head of the research and extracurricular programs department in the Iranian gifted school for more than 10 years. Sareh left her job to do more graduate work in education at the University of British Columbia, Canada. She received her second master’s in education from UBC. She has developed two theories of wisdom; the Iranian Hierarchical wisdom model based on an Iranian literary canon and Polyhedron Wisdom Model based on Western literature. Sareh has published several articles on wisdom, creativity, and intelligence. She has received several awards in recognition of the quality of her work, including the John Feldhusen Fellowship of Purdue University, the Carolyn Callahan NAGC Doctoral Student Award, and two NAGC Doctoral Student Gala Awards.