Dr. Whitewolf works with schools, districts, and out of school time organizations who are implementing digital making tools to support student learning. She graduated from the LUMA Institute in Pittsburgh, PA in 2013 and Fab Academy in Shenzen, China in 2015, She combines the human centered design process with digital making both in the makerspace itself and also in the planning and implementation process for new and existing digital makerspaces. She consults with administrative leaders, nonprofits, and education departments to help develop solutions for intersecting formal education with the maker movement sustainably. She completed her research at the University of Pittsburgh in 2022, studying teacher supports in digital making for classroom learning. She started a global certification program for teachers using digital makerspace technology in schools called Fab Learning Academy, and is also a member of the international faculty. Additionally, Liz works as an adjunct faculty member at American College of Education.