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.
Pittsburgh Community Science Workshop
Pittsburgh Science Workshop empowers young people from low-income and under-represented communities to grow academically, and expand their confidence, through hands-on science and creative ingenuity.
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!
Elise is a STEM Teacher at Catalyst Academy Charter School, a Girls Who Code facilitator, Girl Scout Troop leader, and volunteer/instructor at the North Hills Art Center.
United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania
United Way is a force for good—helping to improve lives and build brighter futures for individuals, families, and communities across our entire region.
Beaver County Partnership Quality Education Council
The Beaver County Partnership/Quality Education Council focuses on strengthening infrastructure support for learning and workforce development in Beaver County.
For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST)
FIRST® is not-for-profit public charity that designs accessible, innovative programs motivating young people to pursue education and career opportunities in science and technology
Artistic, imaginative, creative, and always willing to adapt and learn. Bennett wants to connect with makers and educators that will push him to grow in his own learning.
STEM Kids NYCC
Teaching youth how to code, engineer, engage in science in an experiential way, and innovate with robotics and creative technologies.
Principal consultant, strong believer in the power of educators and the importance of racial equity, problem solving and collaboration.
Robert Scherrer, Ed.D.
Executive Director of the Allegheny Intermediate Unit, Superintendent and supporter of life long learning.
This Generation Connect
Strengthening, unifying and building the community through economic, educational and social experiences.
hands-on educator, public speaker, STEAM-focused professional development trainer, community organizer, and tech-based artist