Kelleann Foster is a proven leader in design and is regularly sought as an invited speaker at national and international design, planning, and technology-focused conferences. She is a registered landscape architect whose work is rooted in outreach that is interdisciplinary and forward-thinking. She is the director of the online geodesign graduate programs at Penn State, and a Professor in the Landscape Architecture Department. She has 35 years of professional practice experience as a landscape architect and 30 years of teaching at Penn State. A sabbatical, based at Esri, provided evidence to move forward in establishing Penn State’s online graduate programs in geodesign through engaging students in a collaborative, virtual studio environment. The programs include a graduate certificate in geodesign and a master’s in professional studies in geodesign—all offered entirely online. This innovative format is enabling students from across the globe to successfully complete their degrees without relocating. She has introduced geodesign to thousands worldwide via her massive open online course (aka MOOC) “Geodesign: Change Your World.” Her work is recognized nationally and internationally and advances technologies to communicate alternative scenarios to citizens. She is also author of the Wiley book Careers in Design: Becoming a Landscape Architect.