Cathlin Goulding, Ed.D., is the curriculum curator for The Peace Studio. A former public school teacher, she co-directs the YURI Education Project, an education consultancy studio that develops resources for cultural institutions and PK-12 students. She has created educational materials for the WNET Group’s Mission U.S., PBS’ American Masters and The Asian Americans, Third World Media’s Resistance at Tule Lake, iPondr@Work, Mikva Challenge, David’s Legacy Foundation, Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, and Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery. In addition to her work as a curriculum specialist, she teaches future public school teachers and instructional leaders at the City University of New York, San José State University, and Teachers College, Columbia University. She lives in Queens, New York.