Carol Sterling brings more than forty years of experience in education reform and arts in education as an arts and education consultant to state and local departments of education, school districts, state and local arts education and arts agencies. She has served in leadership positions on local, state, regional, national and international levels. She is the former Director of Arts in Education for Brooklyn Arts Council, Director of Education for International Sculpture Center, Vice-President for the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts and Arts Recognition and Talent Search (ARTS) in affiliation with The White House Scholars program, Director of Education for American Council for the Arts, Founding Director of Arts Partners, a collaboration between the New York City Department of Education with the Department of Cultural Affairs, Office of Youth Services and the Office of the Mayor, Arts Education Consultant with the New Jersey State Department of Education. She is a former art educator and art department chair for K-12 and guest art educator for children’s and adult programs for WCBS-TV, WNBC-TV, WABC-TV and others, as well as an award-winning children’s television producer, writer and host. Throughout her career she has held adjunct faculty appointments in schools of education in the metropolitan NYC area.