Katrina Wehr Gould is a senior learning experience designer who elevates traditionally marginalized voices in the design of learning experiences. Katrina’s experience in the field spans both K-12 and higher education in various roles from teaching to instructional design. She is nearing completion of a Ph.D. in the Learning, Design, and Technology program at Penn State University and holds a M.Ed. from Kutztown University. Her research focuses on developing individual contributors in higher education settings with knowledge and tools to make actionable changes within their organizations towards ethical, justice-oriented learning design. A beneficiary of online learning herself, Katrina is inspired by the achievements of learners who otherwise could not access higher education without flexible distance learning opportunities. Katrina serves as a co-leader for the Instructional Design Working Group within the Design Justice Network. She spends her personal time walking her dogs, riding her bike, and spending time with family. Katrina respectfully acknowledges she is situated on Lenapehoking, the ancestral homeland of the Unami Lenape.