Founder and President
Graduated from Stanford University with a doctoral degree in physics.
Dr. Lorna Finman is the president of LCF Enterprises in Post Falls, which she owns with her husband, Dr. Paul Finman. LCF Enterprises manufactures radio amplifiers and jamming devices that the military use to disable IEDs and roadside bombs. 2015 finalist, Idaho Innovator of the Year and Board Member, Idaho STEM Action Center
Graduated from Stanford University with a doctoral degree in electrical engineering.
A graduate of Kellogg High School, Dr. Paul Finman attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and then Stanford University where he met his wife, Dr. Lorna Finman.
Graduated from Carnegie Mellon with a B.S. Currently pursuing a PhD at MIT.
His research is focused on increasing robots’ awareness of complex environments seen outside laboratories. His most recent research has been on autonomously discovering objects of interest to both humans and robots in real time by detecting changes in dynamic environments. He has worked at Astrobotic, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and SpaceX.
Director of Business Development (acting)
MBA and B.S. Business Administration, University of Maine
Pam is a marketing and business development consultant working with STEM Revolution. She was formerly the Program Director for IBM’s Watson Academic Engagement program, driving strategy to bring Watson technology into top universities. Pam’s passion is inspiring our youth to embrace STEM ideals and education. She is an inventor and entrepreneur coach/advisor, and has served as the lead marketing mentor for an award-winning FIRST Robotics team.
Director of Operations, Corporate
B.S. Civil/Environmental Engineering; University of Nevada, Reno
After spending time working in the engineering field, Alison now enjoys encouraging children to share her love of STEM by giving them the opportunity to experience it hands-on. In addition, she volunteers her time as a Girl Scout leader and is the president of the local chapter of the Society of Women Engineers.
Programs Director, Corporate
Derica is working on a degree in Non-profit business administration, she has successfully managed teams to increased productivity in the hospitality industry and has 10 years of business ownership. You will see her at the schools, assisting the staff and engaging the students.
Curriculum Advisor, Corporate
Full time teacher, Union County Public Schools, NC STEM Fellow, Discovery Place Education Studio Teaching degree from North Carolina State University
The energetic Kerri Edwards is currently a STEM enrichment teacher in the Union County Public Schools. Ms. Edwards brings much enthusiasm for STEM teaching to STEM Revolution summer camps. She’s always excited to learn the latest skills to engage students in STEM and prepare them for the workforce.
Oregon Regional Director
Purdue University, Bachelor of Science
Stephanie has a passion for providing opportunities that inspire and empower today’s youth. For over 10 years, she has worked alongside teachers and administrators to develop STEAM programs that allow students to explore the possibilities and realize their potential. Stephanie is excited to bring her program development and management skills to STEM Revolution. She will be working closely with local educators to engage students in STEM and provide opportunities that will better prepare them for careers in our innovative age. In Stephanie’s spare time, you will find her mentoring her local high school’s award winning FIRST robotics team.
Arizona Regional Director
Matt has spent his career asking, “How do we prepare students for success in life?” He spent 10 years in education, including his last four years as a PreK-8th Grade principal where he helped turn a traditional school into a STEM school. Matt has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from the University of Minnesota Duluth where he was a four-year scholarship athlete in basketball. He also has his Master’s in Educational Leadership from Argosy University.
Director of Communications
Currently working on degree in Communication at Boise State University
Sai enjoys helping kids realize how exciting STEM careers really are. Equipped with an enthusiasm for sharing ideas and working alongside others, Sai is always ready to dive into a new project. He also created the website you're currently viewing!
When Ben is finished with college he plans to go into the automotive engineering field. Ben is currently working full time to promote STEM by helping put on school assemblies and working face-to-face with kids showing them firsthand how cool and truly exciting STEM is.
Director of Video Production
Ethan has a passion for telling stories and exploring the different ways ideas can be communicated and collaborated upon through filmmaking and science. He produces short films and works full-time at STEM Revolution putting on school assemblies and generating marketing materials.
Minor in Statistics
Montana State University
From her days on her high school's FIRST Robotics Team, Sonja has always been passionate about STEM and its power to transform kids into inspired dreamers. With a million ideas running through her head, she enjoys the process of ideation, collaboration, and creativity. When she's not in the office, you can find her hiking, knitting, or traveling to a far off destination.
Currently working on B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Boise State University
Maxx is currently enrolled at Boise State University seeking a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. Graduating from Skyview High School, in Nampa Idaho, Maxx was a salesman by day and a welder of trailers by night. He has traveled across America in search of the best slopes and waves to shred. Look for him at your next assembly causing a ruckus!
Currently working on B.S. in Civil Engineering; Boise State University
Austin has a passion for teaching and working with kids of all ages. When he's not helping students understand STEM concepts through the medium of workshops he's coaching local baseball teams.