Diana Stuart Sinton is a geographer interested in spatial literacy, teaching and learning GIS, and applying the tools of spatial thinking to address issues and ideas around the world. She lives in central New York and works for the University of Redlands (in California). Among other roles and responsibilities, she teaches (online) Foundations of Spatial Thinking and GIS and Mapping as Instructional Tools.
In 2013, she launched the teachGIS.org website, and serves as its head honcho.
Occasionally she writes about the other things that take up her time: quilting, teenagers, breast cancer, running, and laundry.
You can follow her on twitter too, @dianamaps.