Kevin Clark is currently a Professor of Learning Technologies and Founding Director of the Center for Digital Media Innovation and Diversity at George Mason University. Kevin Clark’s research focuses on the role of interactive and digital media in education, broadening participation in STEM, and issues of diversity in children’s media. Recently, Kevin and his colleagues conducted a national survey examining the Digital Lives of African American Tweens, Teens, and Parents. In addition to his scholarly work, Kevin has extensive experience as a children’s media advisor and consultant for organizations such as: Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), The Jim Henson Company, DHX Media, Disney Junior, Toca Boca, Hasbro, and Amazon Studios. Kevin served as a consultant on his most recent project, the movie adaptation of Ezra Jack Keats’ iconic children’s book,The Snowy Day. Currently, Kevin serves as the Strategic Advisor for Diversity in Children’s Content Production, which is CPB’s effort to increase the number of diverse writers, directors, and producers involved in children’s content production. Kevin holds both a B.S. and M.S. in computer science from North Carolina State University and a Ph.D. in Instructional Systems, with a minor in African American Studies, from Pennsylvania State University.