Tracee Worley is an learning designer who loves to design student-centered learning experiences. Her work helps students and educators use the design process to develop tools and resources that promote innovation and creativity. Working across a wide-range of educational and training settings, Tracee is constantly exploring ways that learning can be more student-centered. She has helped create digital apps and platforms, built knowledge sharing systems, and consulted with national media organizations to translate their educational values into robust print and blended learning experiences. Tracee’s innovative work has been featured by NBC, NPR, the Independent Television Service (ITVS), Tribeca Film Institute, and The New York Times. She holds a B.A. in Education from UC Berkeley, an M.S.W from Columbia University, and an Advanced Certificate in Digital Media Design for Learning from New York University.