Gail Dinter-Gottlieb has been a research scientist, a teacher in middle school and high school, a professor at four universities, a Dean at two, and the President of one. Her research interests included studying how DNA copies itself in monkey cells, discovering a new RNA that could act as an enzyme, and trying to use this to target HIV, the AIDS virus. During the height of the AIDS epidemic she organized courses for university faculty which were nationally recognized, and educated thousands of students about the virus. As a University President, she built a new Biology building, and a Learning Commons, and brought the University to first place in its class in a nationally recognized poll. Currently she works as a consultant, continues to travel, and blogs about whatever catches her fancy.