Greg Schultz came to the ASP in 2009 as Director of Education, and currently serves as Senior Scientist & Educator. This followed 10 years at UC Berkeley’s Center for Science Education at the Space Sciences Lab. He has been involved in more than 20 NASA and NSF education and public outreach grants and projects, and each year chairs the Program Committee for the ASP’s Annual Meeting. He earned his PhD in 1999 from UCLA Astronomy & Astrophysics, and was an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Education at UC Berkeley. His primary professional interests have been teacher professional development, teacher education, undergraduate teaching, curriculum development, informal education, early childhood education, and developing and managing EPO projects and conferences — all in astronomy, space science, physics, earth science, and related fields. He served four years on the Board of Directors of the California Science Teachers Association, and for six years on the Board of Directors for Habitot Children’s Museum in Berkeley.