Lisa D. White is the director of education at the Museum of Paleontology at the University of California, Berkeley. White has extensive experience with science education programs for underrepresented students, and she leads multiple efforts to increase diversity in the geosciences. White is a micropaleontologist by training and a fellow and trustee of the California Academy of Sciences and a fellow of the Geological Society of America. As the education director at the UC Museum of Paleontology, she develops and disseminates learning materials on evolution and the fossil record, virtual geological field trip experiences, and the nature and process of science. Dr. White holds degrees from San Francisco State University (B.A. in geology) and the University of California at Santa Cruz (PhD in earth sciences).