Leslie Wilkins has served as the Vice President of the Maui Economic Development Board since 1999. She was hired to design, launch and direct the Women in Technology Project with a mission to engage girls/women and underrepresented populations into the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) pipeline. In its 13th year, the program serves annually more than 14,000 students, educators and industry members throughout the state of Hawaii from elementary school to job placement.
Lesley Bristol is a Project Assistant at Maui Economic Development Board’s Women in Technology Project. She supports Women in Technology’s many events and initiatives through research, content creation, strategic program planning, and logistics assistance. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Community & International Development and has implemented educational programs and conducted community-based research in the United States as well as internationally.
Graham DeVey is a Project Manager with the Maui Economic Development Board’s Women in Technology Program. He directs the statewide program Island Energy Inquiry™, a place-based, inquiry learning curriculum for STEM teachers in grades 5-12. He holds a Master of Arts in Teaching degree (Physics) and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautical Science, with 18 years of experience in engineering management and 19 years as an educator, curriculum developer, and professional development specialist.
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