Joseph J. Kerski (Ph.D., University of Colorado) believes that the spatial perspective can transform education and society through the use of Geographic Information Systems for instruction, administration, and policy. Joseph seeks to use his skills in geography and Geographic Information Sciences (GISc) to expand the use of spatial thinking in all sectors of society. Joseph has written seven books, 50 chapters, 1,000 blog essays, and has created 4,000 videos on education, geography, STEM, environment, and GIS. Joseph served as President of the National Council for Geographic Education. He also served as geographer, education manager, and cartographer at Esri, NOAA, USGS, and the U.S. Census Bureau.