I've been here and there, from coast to coast in various astronomy education roles. My love of the sky dates way back to growing up in a small mining town in Mexico, but was really fueled at the University of Arizona where I majored in astronomy and physics. After having every astronomy related studen job on campus, I found my place in the planetarium field. I won a graduate internship in Chapel Hill, and then bounced around from Los Angeles, to Boulder, to New York City and finally Santa Fe, NM where I was the planetarium director. For the last 16 years I've been at the ASP, first as lead educator on a Family ASTRO program, then managing a variety of informal astronomy education programs.  I'm now the Assistant Director of NRAO growing new EPO programs.