M. G. Saldivar is an NSF-funded post-doctoral researcher at the Learning Systems Institute at Florida State University. His research focuses on STEM teachers' use of digital resources for teaching and assessment.
Megan Powers is becoming certified to teach K-12 Art.
Carlee Easton is a 5th grade teacher in Tulsa, OK. She is there through Teach for America, an organization committed to closing the achievement gap for minority and low-income students.
Laura Mirabito is a Reading Specialist in the Special Education Department for Jefferson County Schools.
Darrell Jackson is Assistant Professor at the University of Wyoming Law School, where he uses critical race theory and legal analysis to research issues of access and retention for historically marginalized communities in higher education.
Magda Chia is Director of Support for Underrepresented Students for the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium, leading efforts to ensure the assessment system is designed to serve the needs of all students.
Graham Slater is pursuing a PhD in Education, Culture, and Society at the University of Utah.
Dana Ripperton is the Education Coordinator with BridgeEnglish in Denver, CO, where she leads academic advising, curriculum development and teacher support initiatives.
Ryan O’Block is teaching Physics, Earth Science, and Robotics at Overland High School in the Cherry Creek School District.
Erin Kroll is teaching 2nd grade at Twin Peaks Charter Academy in Longmont, CO.