Scott Bultman

Scott BultmanAuthor, toymaker, and host of this year's conference, Scott Bultman has promoted the original Froebel Kindergarten method internationally since 1997, producing the upcoming documentary series, Garden of Children.The son of an early childhood educator (his mother was principal of a local child development center) and a toymaker (Uncle Goose Toys), his Froebel activity carries on both parents' work. Scott produces Kaleidograph design toys with Norman Brosterman.

Susan Lowell

Susan Lowell

Susan Lowell de Solórzano is a T’ai Chi instructor, kinesthetic learning specialist, biotensegritist and the author of the upcoming book Everything Moves: How Biotensegrity Informs Human Movement. She works closely with biotensegrity originator, Stephen M. Levin, MD and has presented on biotensegrity at Black Mountain College. Susan has been instrumental in bringing biotensegrity into public awareness as a founding member of the Washington DC Biotensegrity Interest Group. Susan is a Level III certified American T’ai Chi and Qi Gong Association teacher, with an M.A. in Human Development and Education (Kinesthetic Learning) from Vermont College of the Union Institute.

Tiffeni Goesel

Tiffeni GoeselTiffeni Goesel studied architecture and historic preservation, and has worked for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. She's a certified Waldorf grades teacher, with a B.A. in Education and M.A. in the History of Education. She has been a nanny and homeschool teacher, and an avid researcher of Friedrich Froebel. Tiffeni makes frequent trips to Germany and has conducted classes on the Froebel method internationally, from 2006 to today.

Tucker Viemeister

Tucker Viemeister

Tucker Viemeister, NYC-based industrial designer, helped found many important design agencies, including frogdesign NY, Razorfish, Smart Design, Springtime-USA, and was Chief of the Lab at the Rockwell Group. He helped design the award-winning OXO kitchen tools. He is a Fellow of the IDSA and has his work is represented in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; and the Staatliches Museum in Berlin.