Apologies for the long absence. The past few months have featured intense work and family obligations. I have missed blogging, and now I’m back! My hope is to spend some of the next few weeks thinking carefully about what a good pipeline looks like for developing a STEM workforce. We begin with the next post, my reflections on a recent Building a Better Commonwealth event.
I am a math geek. I love doing math, learning math, and teaching math. Nothing excites me more than working with young people who are discovering new and amazing things.
Professionally, I founded Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM), a program that makes it possible for low-income and underserved students to become scientists, mathematicians, engineers, and programmers. That's where I spend most of my time geeking out about math these days.
Prior to BEAM, I was a math graduate student (studying algebraic topology) and taught math in places all around the country. I also co-founded and served as the founding CEO of Learning Unlimited, an organization that mentors college students to create enrichment programs for local middle and high school students.
In my non-existent free time, I love board games, great plays, frisbee, and reading.
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