I started my work career as a Nuclear Engineer. But after a few years and some life events, I went home and got my Masters in Education. Coming from an Engineering background I was always interested in tech & gadgets and making. I taught Science and Mathematics, mostly at the high school level. We were always being messy and learning, doing things differently than others. As it turns out, my room was a MakerSpace before I even knew the phrase. After about 25 years, I left the classroom to learn more about MakerEd and MakerSpaces and now I want to help other educators and schools incorporate more Maker into the learning (for the teachers and students).