Dr. Liz Whitewolf earned her Ed.D. in STEM Education from the University of Pittsburgh where she researched digital makerspace integration in K-12 education, her dissertation is titled "Activating Digital Makerspaces for Authentic Student Learning: Supporting K-12 Teachers in Digital Technology Integration." She is passionate about integrating digital fabrication technologies equitably in schools for students, teachers, and other stakeholders in education and founded eduFAB in 2021 to focus on this work internationally. Previously the K-12 Education Director for Fab Foundation, Liz now consults with districts for strategic and sustainable digital makerspace development and integration through eduFAB. A 2016 graduate of FAB Academy, Liz opened an educational Fab Lab in Pittsburgh, eventually expanding the program to include two mobile fab lab units in addition to the museum-based makerspace. Liz served as Senior Director of STEM Education at Carnegie Science Center and previously was a classroom teacher and out of school time educator in robotics, computer programming, and engineering. In addition to her eduFAB work, Liz manages the International Fab Educators Academy project for global teacher credentialing through school-based Fab Labs and is lead educational consultant to the STEM School Fab Lab project through USAID in Egypt. She is on the editorial board of the Objects to Think With: Digital Design and Fabrication Journal. Liz and her family are all makers and spend time experimenting and creating projects in their garage-based Fab Lab in their Pittsburgh home.