Amber Agee-DeHart has over 20 years of curriculum and instruction experience in the design and delivery of geospatial, integrative STEM, workforce development and aerospace education programs for students and teachers with NASA, idoodlesoftware inc, the Rubik Learning Initiative (RLI), the BrightPath Foundation, the Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC), and the Virginia Beach City Public Schools.
Currently, Amber is the President of idoodledu inc. as well as President of idoodlelearning, where she is responsible for programs design, software, curriculum and tools to help teachers and students around the world discover and harness their creative intelligence and to engage in more meaningful and richer learning experiences in preparation for globally connected, knowledge and skills based economy. Amber served as the Executive Vice President and the Director of Global Education of the Rubik Learning Initiative, a division of idoodlesoftware.
While working as the Educational Programs Manager at VSGC, Amber developed and managed the Virginia Aerospace Science and Technology Scholars (VASTS), the VASTS Teacher Institute, and the Virginia Space Coast Scholars (VSCS) programs in partnership with NASA's Johnson Space Center, Langley Research Center (LaRC) and Wallops Flight Facility respectively.
Amber is the recipient of numerous awards including: the NASA LaRC Team Award; the NASA LaRC Director's Award for Creativity, Teamwork and Innovation; the Virginia Math and Science Coalition's Program's That Work Award; and the NASA Robert H. Goddard Exceptional Achievement Team Award and currently serves as the Chair of Science and Engineering Education Council for the Universities Space Research Association.