Susan has been working in education since the 1990s and has a passion for anything STEM
Best of the Batch Foundation
Best of the Batch Foundation offers educational programs to youth and serves over 3,800 children and their families across Western Pennsylvania.
Beaver County 4-H
4-H is national program that helps young people develop knowledge and skills to become capable, caring and contributing citizens.
We All Eat
We All Eat provides young adults with the tools necessary to divert from the school-to-prison pipeline into a fulfilling life.
Christopher Churilla is an elementary Library Media Specialist and STEAM teacher at Mars Area School District.
The Citizen Science Lab
The Citizen Science Lab is a nonprofit hands-on laboratory where inquisitive minds and science-enthusiasts can explore the life sciences.
Lorraine Shaffer a retired elementary school and computer technology teacher and founder of Kid’s Innovation Playground.
Kevin B. Conner
Kevin Conner is the Curriculum and Instructional Technology Coordinator for the Allegheny Intermediate Unit 3.
STEAMSHOP is an interdisciplinary maker-space at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP).
Fayette County 4-H
Fayette County 4-H is a positive youth development program for youth ages 5 to 18.
Vandergrift Public Library Association
The Vandergrift Public Library Association is a federated library system within Westmoreland County.
Nichole Morecraft is the high school STEAM teacher for Carmichaels Area School District.
Greater Hope Restoration Ministries
Greater Hope Restoration Ministries (GHRM) is a 501(c)3 non-profit faith-based ministry.
Pennsylvania Association for Gifted Education
PAGE is a Pennsylvania non-profit advocating for the diverse needs of gifted learners.
Rodney Heard is a dedicated middle and high school Physical Education teacher and mentor.
William A. Baker IV
Rev. William A. Baker IV is the Pastor and Theology Instructor at Imani Christian Academy.
Readiness Institute at Penn State
To enable education, industry, and community partners to coordinate, collaborate, and create experiences for learners to achieve community and future readiness.
Matthew Strine has been an educator for over 16 years, and after leaving the field for awhile, has found his way back to the classroom!