Lori Rubino-Hare, M.Ed., is a 2009 graduate of the Esri Teachers Teaching Teachers (T3G) program. She taught elementary and middle school in Arizona for 13 years. She has been a Professional Development Coordinator at the Center for Science Teaching and Learning at Northern Arizona University since 2008 where she leads pedagogical instruction for teachers in Earth, physical, and life sciences and engineering. She is a principal investigator of several grant-funded Power of Data (POD) projects which help secondary school teachers and college faculty integrate geospatial technology into their classrooms through project based instruction. In 2014, the POD project was recognized by Change the Equation as an accomplished STEMworks program and in 2015 Esri recognized these efforts with a Special Achievement in GIS award. Lori is also a Teacher Consultant for the Arizona Geographic Alliance, where she coordinated the effort to bring the Esri K12 statewide site license for ArcGIS software to all Arizona youth organizations and schools in 2013. She has presented her research and programs internationally, and her work has been published in the National Science Education Leadership Association’s publication, Science Educator.