Carrie C. Snow, EdD, is an independent scholar interested in the intersection of autism, schooling, and creativity. Her past work includes classroom teaching as a special educator, university teaching, rapporteur for the Columbia University Seminar on Disability Studies, and several years in New York City public schools supporting the development of student teachers. She completed a master’s degree in Learning Dis/Abilities and a doctoral degree in Curriculum and Teaching at Teachers College, Columbia University, where she was a recipient of several scholarships, including teaching and leadership opportunities. She currently serves on the editorial board for the journal Disability Studies Quarterly (DSQ) and has published work in DSQ, The Encyclopedia of American Disability History, and, recently, a chapter in Emerging Perspectives on Disability Studies (2013). She lives in Seattle with her husband and two young children.