When Carole Huberman was a graduate student in Washington, she enjoyed spending time at The Phillips Collection. She still does, having been selected in the initial mentor teacher program and having participated in both the Jacob Lawrence and National Paul Klee Summer Teacher Institutes. After working as an architectural historian for the Historic American Engineering Record and the National Register at the National Park Service, she took time off to be with her three children and volunteered extensively in their elementary school. It was at then that she realized she would like to be an art teacher. Huberman received a master of arts in teaching and has been teaching art and AP art history for the past 14 years at Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington, where she chairs the visual arts department. She lives with her husband in historic Washington Grove, Maryland, and enjoys photography.