Dr. Katherine Bihr has spent over 30 years in education working in both K-12 public education and the non-profit sector. Dr. Bihr’s expertise ranges from program development, leadership, and creating sustainable, equitable learning environments for youth. As the Vice President of Programs and Education for the TGR Foundation, Bihr provided direction to the personnel, programs and operations that led to the development of the TGR Learning Lab and the Earl Woods Scholar Program while managing a multi-million dollar budget. Through this work, she realized the importance of sharing this work with educators to improve organizational and student performance by designing TGR EDU: Create, a professional learning program and TGR EDU: Explore, a digital resource designed for educators to use with students. Prior to joining TGR Foundation, she was the principal of Vista View Middle School in Fountain Valley, CA. Bihr was the 2019 Chair of the STEM Funders Network, a national organization providing resources and professional learning to help teachers, parents and out-of-school providers better inspire and prepare youth in (STEM). She also serves on the board of directors for Project Tomorrow, which supports the innovative uses of science, math and technology resources in K-12 schools and communities; advises a variety of business leaders through an EdTech accelerator; and, provides coaching to non-profit leaders working in the sports and entertainment field. In addition, Dr. Bihr serves as adjunct faculty for the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California.