Patricia Maslow has a passion for science, health, and education for all ages. Born and raised in Las Vegas, NV she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences from UNLV. She spent many years working as an advocate for health and nutrition, educating the public on new and innovative research to support longevity, as well as working as a peer mentor to help instill confidence in oneself. Patricia moved to Santa Fe in September 2019 with her family and has been enjoying meeting the kind people of the city. She enjoys spending time with her husband and children, fitness, cooking, and listening to music.
My name is Alicia Naranjo. I am a tribal member of San Ildefonso Pueblo, NM. I am currently an Educational Advisor for the Educational Opportunity Center (EOC). I am also a graduate of Northern NM College. I have a Bachelor's degree of Integrated Studies emphasis on Pueblo Indian Studies and an Associate's degree of Arts in Elementary Education.
Esther Lescht was born and raised in Santa Fe. She is a current student at Northern New Mexico College majoring in Electromechanical Engineering. Her passion lies in teaching and mentoring students to introduce them to new concepts and inspire them to keep exploring. When she is not working with students or planning different ways to engage kids, she loves to be outside, hiking, and exploring the numerous beautiful places in New Mexico.
Born & raised in Nambe Pueblo, New Mexico, Edwin is an Electro Mechanical Engineering major from Northern New Mexico College. He is also an Indigenous Language Teacher, and Native Artist
I have been a science educator for over 23 years, 3 years as a science teacher in the Peace Corps (The Gambia, West Africa) and the other 20 at the Santa Fe Indian School. In addition to being a mom to 2 amazing kids (14 and 11), I work with Lina Germann through STEM SF’s amazing summer program. The past couple years I have offered the app building camp that has the students build an entire app in a week and submit their project to the Congressional App Challenge. I love the challenge of coding and introducing students to a new set of skills that can be used in their future endeavors.