A collaborative partnership between early learning, K-12, higher education, businesses, and community organizations.
The Spokane STEM Network is comprised of more than 35 local partners who create transforming opportunities for local children and students. The Network is led by the leadership team of individuals below.
Executive Committee Member Council
STEM Executive Director
Meg Lindsay | Director of Education & Talent, Greater Spokane Inc.
Matt Allore | Executive Director, Human Potential, MultiCare Health System
Callie Bendickson | Community Relations Manager, Itron
Alisha Benson | Chief Strategy & Business Development Officer, Greater Spokane Inc.
Dr. David Bowman | Dean, College of STEM, Eastern Washington University
Jim Brady | Dean, Computing Math and Science, Spokane Falls Community College
Dr. Michael Dunn | Superintendent, NEWESD 101
Dr. Luisita Francis | Assistant Dean, Community Engagement, Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine
Mark Mattke | CEO, Spokane Workforce Council
Andrei Mylroie | Partner, DH
Debi Olson | Design Drafter, Avista
Dr. Shelley Redinger | Superintendent, Spokane Public Schools
Patrick Roewe | Executive Director, Spokane County Library District
Dr. Gene Sementi | Superintendent, West Valley School District
Kelly Shea | Superintendent, East Valley School District
Dale Silha | Vice President, McKinstry
Nicole Sohn | President/Owner, Journey Discovery Center, Inc.
Wendy Stenbeck | Director of STEM Integration, Flexhibit
Dr. Noelle Wiersma | Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, Whitworth University
Bruce Williams | Managing Principal, GeoEngineers
Lee Williams | Executive Director, Community-Minded Enterprises
Spokane STEM is one of Washington STEM’s ten networks.
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