Allan Miller has spent the past 20 years working as an educator and administrator throughout Alaska, teaching science at the elementary, middle and high school levels. He has a Masters degree in Exercise Physiology and coached the U.S. Biathlon team through the 1998 Olympic season. Allan has had a lifelong passion for aviation and space, is a licensed pilot and volunteers as an educator for numerous NASA and Civil Air Patrol Aerospace programs. He has won several awards for his teaching and outreach efforts and was recently named an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow. Allan worked for the National Science Foundation, helping coordinate K-12 outreach efforts connected with the International Polar Year. He is currently CoPrinicpal at a school in Vermont.