Kathy Lynn Scott, PhD, is the Center Administrative Analyst for the Center for Teaching and Learning at California State University, Northridge. Kathy was trained as an old school darkroom photographer, but she fell in love with all things to do with education. After conducting research on art education and adult education in England and coordinating research on learning disabilities in New Jersey, Kathy jumped from coast to coast, finding a new home with the CTL where she gets to do a little bit of everything related to education. When not acting as the “glue” for the CTL (as Wendy calls her) and when she finds the time, she collects passport stamps at National Parks. She’s been to 48 of the 50 states, but more often than not, she’s just relaxing at home, eating something with entirely too much garlic, watching Jeopardy!, and shouting out the (not always correct) answers.