Jordan Mroziak is a boundary spanning educator, who has worked equally in community engagement and education. Jordan is inspired by scholar-practitioners as divergent as Paulo Freire, Fred Rogers, Maxine Greene, and Bettina Love. Having earned his doctorate in Instructional Technology with an emphasis on creative applications of learning technologies and critical aesthetic pedagogy his work emphasizes the thoughtful reimagining of teacher professional learning in order to best build habits around curiosity, empathy, equity, and joy. Jordan has presented at various national conferences including SXSWEdu, New Media Consortium, and the Connected Learning Summit. Most recently, his work for Carnegie Mellon University at CREATE Lab has deepened his passion for fostering community through relationships oriented towards dreaming a more just and equitable future into existence.