Mr. Channon Davis
Mrs. Juanita Graham
Founder & Executive Director
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”- Nelson Mandela. A great man made this statement many years ago and today it yet holds true. Alabama STEM Education has taken the baton to train up a generation of people to cause significant change across the globe, through science, technology, engineering, and math. It starts with our community then their community and finally all communities teaching and growing one another for the same cause. Teaching critical thinking, and educating at an early age will create exponential results in
underserved underrepresented communities, which will manifest a more sustainable and prosperous society.
Alabama STEM Education Inc., is a 501c (3) non-profit organization.
Alabama STEM Education has an additional 17,000 sq. ft. building to house a "Maker Space, State of the art Labs, Inside Recreation, Robotics Competition, and so much more for our children! WE NEED YOUR HELP WITH RENOVATIONS!!
Donate on our website: alabamastemeducation.org
Mr. Channon Davis is an Instructional Technology Coach for Jefferson County Board of Education. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Finance from University of Alabama at Birmingham, a Master’s degree in Education from UAB, an Educational Specialist degree in Instructional Technology from The University of Alabama,
Dr. Daniela Marghitu
Dr. Daniela Marghitu is a Computer Science and Software Engineering Department at Auburn University, where she has worked since 1996. She has published six information Technology textbooks, over 80 per reviewed journal articles and conference papers, and she gave numerous presentations at a national and international professional events. She is founder director of the Auburn University Educational and ≈ (read more)
Mrs. Rosalinda Basave
Alabama STEM Education Inc., is a 501c(3) non-profit organization. Your donations are tax deductible.
Alabama STEM Education will reach out to as many people as possible with in our local area via seminars, events, forums and educational newsletters. This should help to raise awareness of the importance of education particularly STEM education for future generations. Statistics show that many underrepresented and underserved communities stay behind continuously because of limited funds to train STEM projects of this magnitude. ASE, through governmental resources and charitable donations will combat this issue to make sure STEM training is affordable for all. We will have quarterly seminars to keep the community aware of STEM, Expose’s will be held twice a year to inform the community about ASE’s progress and fundraising to give the opportunity to be part of this great cause.
Rosalinda Basave is a proud graduate of Bessemer City High School and current BS participant at Lawson State Community College in the field of Health Sciences. She is also a long time advocate for the Latino Community in the surrounding areas. Mrs. Rosalinda recognize the importance of STEM education among minority students and very much involved.