With Masters degrees in Architecture and Secondary Science Education, and a doctorate in architecture education, Claire Gallagher has extensive experience in both design and education. She has taught a wide range of content and grade levels including K-12 math and science in New Jersey public schools, architecture design studio at Carnegie Mellon University, and teacher education courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels at Monmouth University and Georgian Court University; she developed the curriculum and served as Coordinator of Curriculum for the Charter High School for Architecture and Design in Philadelphia, and was the Director of Teacher Residencies at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater for over 20 years. Dr. Gallagher is an active researcher in the area of pedagogy and school design, a published author, and a frequent speaker at conferences in the US and abroad. She is the Chair of the American Institute of Architects Committee on Architecture for Education’s Leadership Group, a member of the Advisory Council of the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture at the Salk Institute in LaJolla, CA, and is currently a Professor of Education at Georgian Court University in Lakewood, New Jersey.