Jennifer Steiner serves as an Academic Advisor on the STEM 101 leadership team. In this capacity, she collaborates with teachers and school teams to support the implementation of STEM 101 programs. Her experience teaching the middle level STEM 101 courses, her previous work as a STEM 101 curriculum consultant, and her instructional coaching experience has provided her with an extensive knowledge of innovative pedagogical methods for project-based learning. Jennifer earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from The Ohio State University where she specialized in middle level math and science education. She earned a Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Arkansas State University, and is currently working on her Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership at Liberty University. Today Jennifer is an assistant principal at White Knoll High School where she heads the Office of Accountability. Previously, she taught middle school math and science at White Knoll Middle School, was a STEM teacher and robotics coach at Meadow Glen Middle School, and digital learning coach at River Bluff High School. While at River Bluff High School, she served as an instructional coach, assisting teachers with the impactful use of technology, and led professional development on EL Education strategies. She also sponsored the Girls Who Code club, hosted Women in Science and Engineering conferences for students, presented at International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), was a pilot member of Digital Promise’s Dynamic Learning Project, and became a Google for Education Certified Coach.