K-12 STEM Education Manager
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Amelia Gulling, MS started administering the Desert Research Institute’s K-12 Education and Engagement program, Science Alive in July of 2012. She has a duel undergraduate degree in Environmental Science and Education with a master’s degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in Nonprofit Management.
Since Amelia arriving to Nevada in 2012, she has helped create the Nevada EnergySmart Program, serves as a Board Member for Green Chips, the US Green Building Council, the Governor’s Workforce Investment Board on Clean Energy, the Raggio Research Center on STEM, and the Hannah Brown Community Development Corporation. Outside of her board position she also participates in other collaborative environmental education efforts across the state. These efforts has led to recent awards such as; Las Vegas Women to Watch for 2013, USGBC Amazing Individual 2012, Friend of Science 2013 from Southern Nevada Science Teacher Association, and Best Green Nonprofit 2013 from the RJ.