Monique “Moe” Woodard is an intuitive 3D artist who seeks to bridge the gap between virtual reality and education. In her spare time, she reads comics, enjoys outdoor experiential learning, and seeks to educate the youth. Alongside Hamideh and Magdalene, she developed and piloted a summer space camp in Pittsburgh, PA. This experience was an example of her work-passion; Moe was inspired to pilot this program after three years of service at Camp Kresge, which ultimately culminated in obtaining multiple leadership positions where she worked with other camp facilitators. Moe is interested in exposing children to various facets of STEM careers, specifically through the lens of gaming, virtual reality, and design. She earned her B.A. from Wilkes University, completing a dual major in Integrative Media and Theatre. She recently obtained her M.S. in Digital Media at Drexel University and is currently a PhD student in the Educational Leadership and Learning Technologies program with a STEM concentration. She spent time as a teaching assistant (TA) for Overview of Digital Media, an introductory digital media course. This classroom experience provided her with a greater range of content knowledge to better understand how to motivate and engage students.