Lucinda Presley integrates the fine arts and creative thinking with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM to STEAM) in school and museum settings. She is Executive Director of ICEE* (*Institute where Creativity Empowers Education) Success, which uses the arts and innovation thinking skills to promote science, math, and language arts engagement and learning. Ms. Presley works nationally and internationally, developing school and museum programming, writing curriculum, and training teachers. She works extensively with: The Exploratorium museum’s (San Francisco) Playful and Inventive Exploration (PIE) project; NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab’s Imagine Mars project, National Museum of Women in the Arts’ ABC project, Britain’s art/science/creativity initiative, Ignite, the Canadian Philip Beesley Hylozoic Ground art/science/creativity project, The Leonardo art/science/technology museum in Salt Lake City, and The University of Texas at Austin’s Texas Regional Collaboratives for Excellence in Science and Math Teaching. With over 25 years’ experience in writing curriculum and developing programming for schools and museums, she has led STEAM education initiatives and teacher/artist training for a science museum, an art museum, and a national arts provider. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and is an adjunct instructor of art at a local community college.