Angie B. Moline, Ph.D. is an ecologist, educator, and visual thinker based in Flagstaff, Arizona. Her professional passion is inspiring and empowering people to take creative risks that result in meaningful change. Angie grew up in Minnesota with a crayon in one hand and a microscope in the other. She catalyzes creative thinking and captures ideas as they arise using live hand-drawn visuals to facilitate strategic planning meetings for corporate, governmental, and non-profit groups. Angie also teaches workshops that share high-tech and low-tech visual tools to help leaders foster creativity, communication, and innovation in their teams. Dr. Moline is the founder of Moline Creative and an adjunct faculty member at Northern Arizona University. She has served as a university-level educator, program innovator, and group facilitator for the past fifteen years. She holds a doctorate in ecology from Colorado State University where she served as a National Science Foundation GK-12 fellow for several years. She also holds a M.S. in Biology and B.S. degrees in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, and Environmental Engineering. Angie is happiest when she’s sitting near a wilderness stream with her sketchbook and cup of mint tea, but she’s contented most days to hike and doodle near her hand-built adobe home in Flagstaff, Arizona.