Susan Santone is the founder and Executive Director of Creative Change Educational Solutions. A former classroom teacher, she specializes in instructional design and teacher education for sustainability, ecological economics, and cultural issues. As head of Creative Change, she has led multiple curriculum reform and teacher education initiatives, working nationally with public schools, universities, and nonprofit organizations. Under her leadership, Creative Change has developed a broad client list ranging from Big Ten universities to the United Nations. She has published numerous articles and book chapters on sustainability and ecological economics, serves as President of the Transformative Education Forum of the US, and is consulting on children’s media for WGBH in Boston. She served as an adjunct instructor in Teacher Education at Eastern Michigan University, where she taught "Schools in a Diverse and Democratic Society" and "Teaching Ecological Economics." She earned teacher certificates in social studies, music, and TESOL; and has a Master's degree in Intercultural and International Management from the School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vermont.