Cheri Eileen Ehrlich, Ed.D., is an educator, artist, and independent scholar in art and museum education with 25 years combined experience teaching in higher education, museums, community centers, and K-12 schools. Throughout her career, Ehrlich has worked with learners of all abilities and ages and including learners from diverse cultural, ethnic, racial, linguistic, and socio-economic backgrounds. In 2022, Ehrlich co-authored the book Teaching and Assessing Social Justice Art Education: Power, Politics, and Possibilities. Ehrlich's research on feminist art and adolescent engagement in art museums is published in the peer-reviewed art education journal, Visual Art Research. Her chapters appear in the books Multiculturalism in Art Museums Today, Feminism and Museums: Intervention, Disruption and Change and the National Art Education Association (NAEA) Women’s Caucus lobby activism book Lobby Activisms: Feminism(s) + Art Education. Ehrlich has presented at national conferences, including the NAEA, College Art Association (CAA), and American Alliance of Museums (AAM). Ehrlich is currently the President Elect of the NAEA Women's Caucus.