Daniella Ohad is a design historian, educator, collector, writer, talk show hostess, curator, keynote speaker, who received her PhD degree from the Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design and Culture. For the past two decades, she has been committed to education in the field of design culture; history and theory; interiors; material culture; contemporary design; connoisseurship; and the decorative arts. Her articles and critiques have been published in magazines and in peer-review journals; she has curated and hosted events related to design and architecture, videos and TV programs; she has advised museums, institutions, auction houses, architects, and private collectors; and taught in such institutions as Parsons the New School for Design, Cooper Union, Pratt Institute; The New York School of Interior Design, Christie’s Education.