Community Matters: STEM Santa Fe
Dr. Lina Germann, STEM Santa Fe
Wednesday, October 19, 2022
Community Matters host Sarah Amador-Guzman speaks with Lina Germann, Founder & CEO of STEM Santa Fe, about the organization's mission of advocating for, developing, and providing Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics programming, mentoring and resources for all youth -- especially under-represented groups in STEM.
Dr. Lina Germann is the Founder and CEO of STEM Santa Fe, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Under Lina’s leadership, STEM Santa Fe was awarded the Non-Profit of the Year for New Mexico Excellence in STEM award in 2018 by Air Force Research Laboratory New Mexico and the Piñon Visionary Award in 2022 by Santa Fe Community Foundation. In addition, in 2022 Lina received the Mentor of the Year for New Mexico Excellence in STEM award by Air Force ResearchLaboratory New Mexico.
About Community Matters
Our monthly radio show invites subject experts and community leaders to talk about the challenges and inequities our region faces and possible solutions that could contribute to its growth. Hosted by Santa Fe Community Foundation Director of Development, Sarah Amador-Guzman, Community Matters airs on the third Wednesday of every month at 6:00 PM on KSFR (101.1 FM).
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