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Pamela Abreu (Thompson) (2005-06)
An elementary teacher from New Mexico; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of Informal Science Education, Division of Elementary, Secondary, and Informal Education

Diedre Adams (2008-09)
An eighth grade science and mathematics teacher from Indiana; served at NASA

Joel Albright (1997-98)
A high school mathematics teacher from South Dakota; served at NASA

Cherlyn Anderson (2007-08)
A middle school science teacher from South Carolina; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of Informal Science Education

Erma Anderson (1990-91)
A mathematics teacher from Pennsylvania; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Arlen Specter (PA)

Geri Anderson-Nielsen (1992-93)
A mathematics teacher from Washington, DC; served on Capitol Hill within the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee

Julie Angle (2008-09)
A high school science teacher from Oklahoma; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of Cyberinsfrastructure

Anne Artz (2013-14)
A high school science teacher from La Jolla, CA; served as a Congressional Fellow in the Office of Congressman Paul Tonko (D-NY), sponsored by DOE, Office of Science

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Ophelia Barizo (2013-14)
A high school science teacher from Hagerstown, MD; served at NSF, Directorate for Engineering, Emerging Frontiers in Research Innovation

Samantha Barlow (2007-08)
A middle school science teacher from North Carolina; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Silvestre Reyes (D-TX)

Cathy Barthelemy (2001-02)
An elementary science and mathematics teacher from Texas; served at the National Science Foundation, Informal Science Education

Steve Bartlett (2012-13)
A high school science teacher from Virginia; served at NSF, Directorate for Education and Human Resources, Division on Research and Learning in Formal and Informal Settings

Marcia Barton (2012-13)
A high school science teacher from New Mexico; served at NSF, Directorate for Geosciences, GEO Education and Diversity Program

Michelle Basile (2013-14)
An elementary science teacher from Washington, DC; served as a Congressional Fellow in the Office of Congresswoman Susan Davis (D-CA), sponsored by DOE, Office of Science

Wendy Beavis (2000-01)
A middle school science teacher from Alaska; served at the U.S. Department of Energy

Kirk Beckendorf (2008-10)
An eighth grade Science teacher from Texas; served at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Education

Tracey Beckendorf-Edou (2009-10)
A secondary math coach from Washington; served at the U.S. Department of Energy

Fred Belmont (2010-11)
A middle school math teacher from Illinois; served at the National Science Foundation, Computer and Information Science and Engineering Directorate, Information and Intelligent Systems (IIS)

Jennifer Berry-Rickert (2007-08)
A high school science teacher from Tennessee; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT)

Al Bird (2004-05)
A secondary science teacher from Massachusetts; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Daniel Akaka (D-HI)

Robert Blakely (2000-01)
A secondary science teacher from Michigan; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Patty Murray (D-WA)

Elaine Blomeyer (2013-14)
A high school technology teacher from South Gate, CA; served at NSF, Education and Human Resources, Human Resources Development

Steve Boyarsky (1991-92)
A science teacher from Connecticut; served on Capitol Hill on the House Education and Labor Committee

Bill Brent (1993-94)
A science teacher from Missouri; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Mark Hatfield (R-OR)

Deborah Britt (2012-13)
A high school mathematics teacher from North Carolina; served at NSF, Computer Information Science and Engineering Directorate, CE-21 Program

Rhonda Brown (2011-12)
A high school science teacher from Florida; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences

Susan Brown (2007-08)
A middle school science teacher from Maryland; served at the National Science Foundation, Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship Program

Barbara Buckner (2013-14)
A high school science and mathematics teacher from Cleveland, TN; served at NSF, Education and Human Resources, Office of the Assistant Director

Elizabeth Burck (2006-07)
A high school science teacher from Alaska; served at NASA

 

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Nick Cabot (2001-02)
A high school science teacher from Washington; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Undergraduate Education

Peg Cagle (2011-12)
A middle school mathematics teacher from California; served with the Department of Energy in the Office of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)

Arlene Vidaurri Cain (1995-96)
A high school chemistry and physics teacher from Louisiana; served at the U.S. Department of Energy

Chris Campbell (2012-13)
A middle school science teacher from Louisiana; served at NSF, Engineering Directorate, Division of Industrial Innovation and Partnerships

Lynne Campbell (2007-08)
A middle school science teacher from Iowa; served on Capitol Hill with the House Committee on Education and Labor

Patrick Canan (1992-93)
A high school science teacher from Oregon; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Mark Hatfield (R-OR)

Marti Canipe (2009-10)
A middle school science teacher from North Carolina; served at the National Science Foundation in the Office of Polar Programs

Daniel Carpenter (2005-06)
A high school science teacher from Nebraska; served at the National Science Foundation, Graduate STEM Fellows in K-12 Education Program

Rene’ Carson (2005-06)
A middle school science teacher from Arkansas; served at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Education

James Cherry (2003-04)
A high school chemistry teacher from Connecticut; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Norm Coleman (R-MN)

Carrie Chiappetta (2006-07)
A middle school mathematics teacher from Connecticut; served at the National Science Foundation, Graduate STEM Fellows in K-12 Education Program

J. Todd Clark (2001-02)
A high school science teacher from North Carolina; served at the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science

Kathleen Clark (McGarvey) (2001-02)
A high school mathematics teacher from Mississippi; served on Capitol Hill with the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee and in the office of Senator Judd Gregg (R-NH)

Patricia Colbert-Cormier (1998-99)
A high school science teacher from Louisiana; served at NASA

Frances Coleman (2000-01)
A secondary science teacher from Mississippi; served on Capitol Hill with the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee

Heidi Coleman (2005-06)
A high school science teacher from North Carolina; served at the National Institutes of Health

Greg Coppa (1996-97)
A science teacher from Rhode Island; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Zoe Lofgren (D-CA)

Ann Coren (2007-08)
A high school chemistry from Maryland; served at NASA

Jennifer Coughlin (2005-06)
A high school chemistry and physics teacher from New Mexico; served at the U.S. Department of Energy

Britta Culbertson (2012-14)
A high school science and art teacher from Seattle, WA; served at NOAA, Office of Education

Rob Culbertson (2004-05)
A high school science teacher from Virginia; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Joseph Lieberman (D-CT)

Naveen Cunha (2004-06) 
An elementary teacher from Texas; served at NASA, Educator Astronaut Program

Buffy Cushman-Patz (2010-11)
A middle school math and high school science teacher from Hawaii; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of Legislative and Public Affairs

 

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Mark Davids (2002-03)
A high school science teacher from Michigan; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA)

Jonathan Davies (2009-10)
A high school science teacher from Oregon; served at the U.S. Department of Energy

Kisha Davis-Caldwell (2010-12)
An elementary school mathematics teacher from Maryland; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings

Peggy Deichstetter (2003-04)
A high school biology teacher from Illinois; served at the National Institutes of Health, Office of Science Education

George Dewey (1996-97)
A science teacher Virginia; served at the National Institutes of Health, Office of Science Education

Jeffery Dilks (2006-07)
A high school science teacher from Iowa; served at the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science

Charlene Dindo (2002-03)
An elementary school Science teacher from Alabama; served at the National Science Foundation, Teacher Enhancement Program

Celani Dominguez (2001-02)
A high school science teacher from Texas; served at the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Christine Donovan (2007-08)
A high school science teacher from Arizona; served at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Remy Dou (2011-13)
A middle school and high school science teacher from Florida – Education and Human Resources Directorate, Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings, Lifelong Learning Cluster

Ann Drobnis (2011-13)
A high school mathematics and computer science teacher from Virginia; served at NSF, Computer and Information Science and Engineering Directorate, Education and Workforce Program

 

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Amy Elverum (2006-07)
A middle school science teacher from Minnesota; served on Capitol Hill with the House Committee on Education and the Workforce

Carol Engelmann (2004-05)
A science teacher from Nebraska; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Elementary, Secondary, and Informal Education

Linda Ewing (2002-03)
A middle and high school science teacher from Florida; served at the National Science Foundation, Graduate Teaching Fellowships in K-12 Education Programs

 

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Peter Faletra (1999-2001)
A high school science teacher from New Hampshire; served at the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science

Mickie Flores (2004-05)
A science teacher from New York; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Richard Durbin (D-IL)

James Forester (2013-14)
A high school science and mathematics teacher from Salem, VA; served as a Congressional Fellow in the Office of Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-VA), sponsored by DOE, Office of Science

Kent Franklin (2007-08)
A high school science teacher from Minnesota; served at the National Science Foundation, Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship Program

 

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Brenda Gardunia (2010-12)
A high school mathematics teacher from Idaho; served at the National Science Foundation, Computer and Information Science and Engineering Directorate

Elizabeth Gasque (1991-92)
A mathematics teacher from South Carolina; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM)

Anne Pfitzner Gatling (2002-03)
An elementary science teacher from Alaska; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Joseph Lieberman (D-CT)

Sandra Geisbush (2003-04)
An elementary teacher from Texas; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Research, Evaluation, and Communication

Docia Generette (2006-07)
A high school science teacher from Tennessee; served at the National Science Foundation, Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching Program

Melissa George (2011-13)
A middle school science teacher from Indiana; served at NSF, Directorate for Biological Sciences, Division of Environmental Biology

Jonathan Gerlach (2011-12)
An elementary school science and math teacher from Florida; served with the Department of Energy in the Office of Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO)

Marie Gleason-Tada (2011-12)
A middle school technology teacher from Massachusetts; served at NASA Headquarters, Office of Education

Sonja Godeken (1999-2000)
A high school mathematics and astronomy teacher from Washington; served at NASA, Office of Education

Kathleen Gorski (2007-08)
A middle school science and technology teacher from Massachusetts; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs

Stephan Graham (2007-08)
A high school science teacher from Colorado; served at the US Department of Energy

Mark Greenman (2009-11)
A high school physics teacher from Massachusetts; served at the National Science Foundation, Undergraduate Education Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program and Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Program

Steve Griffin (2013-14)
A high school science teacher from Baton Rouge, LA; served at NSF, Directorate for Engineering, Industrial Innovation and Partnerships

Jennifer Grogg (1994-95)
A high school science teacher from Illinois; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Robert Kerrey (D-NE)

Danita Guarino (1998-99)
An elementary science teacher from New Jersey; served at NASA

Eduardo Guevara (2009-11)
A high school chemistry and integrated physics teacher from Texas; served on Capitol Hill in the offices of Representative Mike Honda (D-CA), Representative Solomon Ortiz (D-TX) and Representative Tim Murphy (R-PA)

 

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Mark Hannum (2008-10)
A high school science and mathematics teacher from the District of Columbia; served at the National Science Foundation, Graduate Teaching Fellowships in K-12 Education Programs

Kevin Hartmann (2006-07)
A high school science and technology teacher from Massachusetts; served at the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science

Cindy Hasselbring (2011-13)
A high school mathematics teacher from Michigan; served at NSF, Education and Human Resources Directorate, Office of the Assistant Director

Paula Hendry (1999-2000)
A high school science teacher from Maryland; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Sherwood Boehlert (R-NY)

John Henry (2004-05)
A high school technology teacher from New Jersey; served at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Sharon Hessney (2011-12)
A high school mathematics teacher from Massachusetts; served with the Department of Energy in the Office of Senator Al Franken (D-MN)

Robert Hickey (2003-04)
A high school physics teacher from Massachusetts; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Joseph I. Lieberman (I-CT)

Melinda Higgins (2013-14)
A high school science teacher from Nashville, TN; served at NASA, Office of Education and Goddard Space Flight Center

Kathryn Hilts (1998-2000)
A high school science teacher from West Virginia; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Robert Byrd (D-WV)

Rebecca Hite (2012-2013)
A high school science teacher from North Carolina; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Congressman Danny Davis (D-IL)

Letitia Hoaas (2003-04)
A secondary science and mathematics teacher from Louisiana; served at NASA

Donald Hoff (1997-98)
A high school science teacher from North Dakota; served at NASA

DaNel Hogan (2011-13)
A middle and high school physics teachers from Idaho; served at the Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Energy Education and Workforce Development

Anne Holbrook (1999-2001)
An elementary science and mathematics teacher from Ohio; served at NASA

Lynn Lahti Hommeyer (2011-13)
An elementary science teacher from Washington, DC; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Congressman Mike Honda (D-CA)

Katylee Hoover-McInerney (1998-2000)
An elementary science teacher from North Carolina; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Undergraduate Education

Jenelle Hopkins (2004-05)
A science teacher from Nevada; served at the National Science Foundation, Geosciences Directorate

Kathleen House (2001-02)
A high school mathematics teacher from Maryland; served at the National Science Foundation, Elementary and Secondary Informal Education

Barbara Houtz (2005-06)
A high school science teacher from Pennsylvania; served at the National Institutes of Health, Office of Science Education

Norma Howell (2001-02)
A high school science teacher from Ohio; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Tony Hall (D-OH)

Leesa Hubbard (2002-03)
A science and special education teacher from Tennessee; served at NASA

Shelly Hynes (2011-12)
A high school science teacher from Louisiana; served at the National Science Foundation, Arctic and Antarctic Sciences Division

 

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Ann Ifekwunigwe (1999-2000)
A elementary school teacher from California; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Patty Murray (D-WA)

Matthew Inman (2010-12)
A high school science teacher from Washington; served at the Department of Energy, Office of Science

Joseph Isaac (2012-14)
A high school science, technology and biotechnology teacher from Washington, DC; served at NSF, Biology Directorate, Molecular and Cellular Biology

 

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John Jackson (2000-02)
An elementary science teacher from California; served at the National Science Foundation, Graduate Teaching Fellowships in K-12 Education Programs

Kirk Janowiak (2009-10)
A high school school science teacher from Indiana; served at the U.S. Department of Energy

Arundhati Jayarao (2009-11)
A high school physics and chemistry teacher from Virginia; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)

Leigh Jenkins (2010-11)
A high school biology and environmental science teacher from West Virginia; Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education

Sheikisha Jenkins (2010-11)
A high school biology teacher from Maryland; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Mike Honda (D-CA)

Beth Jewell (2005-06)
A high school science teacher from Virginia; served at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Kera Johnson (2008-09)
A high school mathematics teacher from Maryland; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings

Melvina Jones (2007-08)
An elementary science teacher from the District of Columbia; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings, Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching Program

Richard Jones (2002-03)
A high school science teacher from Montana; served at the U.S. Department of Energy

 

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Kaye Kamp (2002-03)
An elementary and high school science and mathematics teacher from Idaho; served at the U.S. Department of Energy

David Kapolka (2004-05)
A mathematics teacher from Michigan; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Elementary, Secondary, and Informal Education

Jennifer Kennedy (2013-14)
A middle school robotics teacher from Athens, AL; served at NASA, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate

Mike Kennedy (2010-11)
A high school physics teacher from Illinois; served at the US Department of Energy, Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists

Mubina Khan (2007-09)
A high school biology and psychology teacher from New York; served at the U.S. Department of Energy, Biological and Environmental Research Office

Tina King (2010-11)
A middle school integrated science teacher from Tennessee; served at the National Science Foundation, Education and Human Resources Directorate, Research on Gender in Science and Engineering Program

Mark Klawiter (2004-05)
A science teacher Wisconsin; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Research, Evaluation, and Communication

Scott Kluever (2012-13)
A middle school science teacher from Alaska; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Mark Begich (D-AK)

Lindsay Knippenberg (2010-12)
A high school science teacher from Michigan; served at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Education

Deborah Koolbeck (2005-06)
A high school physics and astronomy teacher from Illinois; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Rush Holt (D-NJ)

Zeke Kossover (2011-12)
A high school science teacher from California; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of Legislative and Public Affairs

John Kounas (2000-01)
A high school science teacher from Iowa; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA)

 

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Michael Lach (1999-2000)
A high school science teacher from Illinois; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Vernon Ehlers (R-MI)

Nicole LaDue (2007-09)
A high school earth science teacher New York; served at the National Science Foundation, Directorate for GeoSciences

April Lanotte (2011-13)
A high school science teacher from Colorado; served at NASA Headquarters, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate

Luke Laurie (2006-07)
A middle school science and technology teacher from California; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Mike Honda (D-CA)

Jenay Sharp Leach (2010-11)
An elementary science teacher from Virginia; Served at NASA Headquarters, Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate

Arthur Lebofsky (1990-91)
A science teacher from New York; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM)

Bonnie Leitch (1993-94)
A high school mathematics teacher from Texas; served on Capitol Hill with the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee

Carmelina Livingston (2011-12)
An elementary school science teacher from South Carolina; served at the National Science Foundation, Geosciences Directorate

Caryn Long (2002-03)
An elementary science teacher from North Carolina; served at NASA

Laura Lukes (2010-11)
A high school earth science, geology, and space science teacher from Arizona; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs

Diane Cherkerzian Lyons (2004-05)
An elementary teacher from Massachusetts; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA)

 

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Betsy Mabry (1997-98)
A middle school science teacher from Oklahoma; served at the U.S. Department of Education

Efrenia (Fe) MacLean (2003-04)
An elementary teacher from Michigan; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Elementary, Secondary and Informal Education

Kathy Malone (2012-14)
A high school science teacher from Pittsburgh, PA; served at NSF, Education and Human Resources, Division of Research on Learning

Jaime Malwitz (2002-03)
An elementary school science teacher from Wisconsin; served at the National Science Foundation

Kevin Manning (2001-02)
A high school science teacher from Oklahoma; served on Capitol Hill with the House Education and the Workforce Committee

Camsie (Matis) McAdams (2009-11)
A high school algebra teacher from New York; served at the National Science Foundation, CISE – Broadening Participation in Computing Program

Della McCaughan (1991-92)
A science teacher from Mississippi; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS)

Mimi McClure (2003-05)
A technology teacher from Florida; served at National Science Foundation, Division of Graduate Education

Ruth McDonald (2007-08)
A middle school math, science and technology teacher from Oregon; served at National Science Foundation, Office of International Science and Engineering

Joseph McInerney (1998-2002)
An elementary science and mathematics teacher from Massachusetts; served at National Science Foundation, Division of Research, Evaluation, and Communication

Tiah McKinney (2006-07)
A high school science teacher from Michigan; served at National Science Foundation, Directorate for Geosciences

Daniel Menelly (2010-11)
A middle school science teacher from New York; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of Cyberinfrastructure

Margaret Merrill (2005-06)
An elementary teacher from Maine; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Joseph Lieberman (D-CT)

Allan Miller (2006-07)
A middle and secondary school science teacher from Alaska; served at National Science Foundation, Office of International Science and Engineering

Zovig Minassian (2013-14)
A high school science teacher from Glendale, CA; served at DOE, Office of Science

John Moore (2009-11)
A high school earth systems and environmental science teacher from New Jersey; served at the National Science Foundation, Directorate for Geosciences

Egda Morales (2005-06)
A high school science teacher from Puerto Rico; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences

JoAnne Mowczko (Dombrowski) (1997-98)
A high school science teacher from Arizona;  served at the National Institutes of Health, Office of Science Education

 

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Bradley Neu (2002-03)
A high school science teacher from Texas; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Ruben Hinojosa (D-TX)

Pam Newberry (1996-97)
A high school mathematics and technology education teacher from Virginia; served at NASA

Dennis Newell (2009-10)
A middle school science and math teacher from Kansas; served at the National Science Foundation

 

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Steve Obenhaus (2009-10)
A high school mathematics teacher from Kansas; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Joseph Lieberman (I-CT)

Dave Oberbillig (2010-12)
A high school science teacher from Montana; served at the Department of Energy, Office of Science

Paulo Oemig (2012-13)
A middle school science teacher from New Mexico; served at NASA Headquarters, Informal STEM Education Program and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Office of Education

Bernadine Okoro (2010-11)
A high school chemistry and earth science teacher from Washington, DC; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Industrial Innovation and Partnerships

Donna Osborn (1999-2000)
A science teacher from Indiana; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Peter Visclosky (D-IN)

 

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Heather Pacheco (2009-10)
A high school science teacher from Massachusetts; served at the National Science Foundation, Directorate for Geosciences

Deborah Patonai (1997-98)
A high school mathematics teacher from Ohio; served at the U.S. Department of Education

Kristen Paul (Edwards) (2009-11)
A high school science teacher from Arkansas; served at NASA Headquarters, Office of Education

Bob Pauley (2011-12)
A middle school technology teacher from Florida; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Industrial Innovation and Partnerships

Althea Pearlman (1991-92)
A mathematics teacher from Colorado; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Howard Wolpe (D-MI)

Nancy Pejouhy (2002-03)
A middle and high school mathematics teacher from Vermont; served at the National Science Foundation

Anthonette Peña (2008-10)
An eighth grade Science teacher from Florida; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Research and Learning in Formal and Informal Settings

Jean Pennycook (2010-12)
A middle school science teacher from California; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings

Erin Peters-Burton (2006-07)
A middle school science teacher from Virginia; served at NASA, Exploration Systems Mission Directorate

Kristina Peterson (2009-10)
A secondary science teacher from Washington; served on Capitol Hill with the House Committee on Education and Labor

Kitchka Petrova (2008-09)
A middle school science teacher from Florida; served at the National Science Foundation, Graduate Teaching Fellowships in K-12 Education Programs

William Philips (1990-91)
A science teacher from Delaware; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Howard Wolpe (D-MI)

Allan Phipps (2011-12)
A high school science teacher from Florida; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Undergraduate Education

Michael Piccione (2011-12)
A high school technology and engineering teacher from Virginia; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Computer and Network Systems

Richard Pieper (2003-04)
A high school math teacher from Wyoming; served at the National Science Foundation

Laurie Pines (2002-03)
A high school mathematics teacher from California; served on Capitol Hill in the offices of Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) and Representative Bart Gordon (D-TN)

Stephen Portz (2013-14)
A high school engineering teacher from Cocoa, FL; served at NSF, Computer & Information Science & Engineering, Cyber Physical Systems

Edward Potosnak (2007-09)
A high school chemistry teacher from New Jersey; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Michael Honda (D-CA)

 

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Ruth Rand (1999-2000)
A chemistry and physics teacher from New Mexico; served at the National Institutes of Health, Office of Science Education

Lynn Foshee Reed (2012-14)
A high school mathematics teacher from Richmond, VA; served at NSF, Directorate for Geosciences, Division of Polar Programs

Judy Reeves (2006-07)
A high school science teacher from Alabama; served at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Staci Richard (2010-11)
A middle school and high school school biology, ocean science, and physical science teacher from California; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Joe Lieberman (I-CT)

Geraldine Robbins (2010-12)
A high school mathematics teacher from Florida; served at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Office of Education

Steven Robinson (2005-06)
A high school science teacher from Oregon; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Barack Obama (D-IL)

Erik Russell (2010-12)
An elementary school science and mathematics teacher from Colorado; served at the National Science Foundation, Computer and Information Science and Engineering Directorate

Terrie Rust (2010-11)
A middle school technology teacher from Arizona; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Research and Learning in Formal and Informal Settings - Lifelong Learning Cluster

Steve Ruthford (2012-13)
A high school science teacher from the state of Washington; served at NSF, Directorate for Education and Human Resources, Division of Undergraduate Education, Math and Science Partnership Program/Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

 

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Rebecca Sansom (2013-14)
A high school science teacher from South Jordan, UT; served at NSF, Education and Human Resources, Division of Undergraduate Education

Stephen Scannell (2008-09)
A middle school and high school science teacher from Washington; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Research and Learning in Formal and Informal Settings - Lifelong Learning Cluster

Dan Schab (2003-04)
A high school mathematics teacher from Michigan; served on Capitol Hill with the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions

Steve Schreiner (2010-11)
A middle school science and technology teacher from Washington; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of International Science and Engineering

Aaron Schuetz (2003-04)
A high school physics teacher from Virginia; served at the U.S. Department of Energy

Lisa Schunk (2005-06)
A middle school science teacher from Minnesota; served on Capitol Hill with the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions and in the office of Senator Mike Enzi (R-WY)

Carolyn Schwennsen (2003-04)
A high school chemistry teacher from Nebraska; served at the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Linda Selvig (2002-03)
A high school science teacher from Idaho; served at the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Wanda Shaffer (2000-01)
A middle school science teacher from California; served at the National Science Foundation, Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST)

Joseph Shewmaker (2006-07)
A high school science teacher from Florida; served at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Kevin Simmons (2009-11)
A high school aerospace science, chemistry and physics teacher from Florida; served at the National Science Foundation, Industrial Innovation and Partnerships

Judy Sink (1998-99)
An elementary science teacher from North Carolina; served at NASA

LaRon Smith (1994-95)
A high school mathematics teacher from Idaho; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Mark Hatfield (R-OR)

Cassandra Soeffing (2005-06)
A high school science teacher from South Dakota; served at NASA, Science Mission Directorate, Earth-Sun Systems Division

Sheryl Sotelo (2013-14)
An elementary school teacher from Homer, AK; served at NSF, Education and Human Resources, Human Resources Development

Rhonda Spidell (2005-06)
A high school science teacher from New Mexico; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Earth Sciences

Nancy Spillane (2009-11)
A high school chemistry, life science and physical science teacher from Connecticut; served at the National Science Foundation, Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings, PAEMST Program

Florentia Spires (2013-14)
A middle school science, technology, engineering and mathematics teacher from Washington, DC; served at NSF, Computer & Information Science & Engineering, Computer and Network Systems

Tim Spuck (2010-12)
A middle school and high school science teacher from Pennsylvania; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Graduate Education

Joyce Stark (2004-05)
A science teacher from Washington; served at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Peggy Steffen (2000-02)
A high school science teacher from Maryland; served at the National Atmospheric and Space Administration

Karen Stiner (2007-09)
A middle school mathematics teacher from Oregon; served on Capitol Hill with the U.S. Department of Energy, Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists.

Jamalee Stone (2003-04)
A high school mathematics teacher from Nebraksa; served at NASA

Linda Stroud (1996-97)
A science teacher from North Carolina; served on Capitol Hill with the President’s Office of Science and Technology Policy and in the office of Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM)

Dorothy Ringer Sumner (2003-04)
A high school science and mathematics teacher from Texas; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Michael Crapo (R-ID)

Mark Supal (2011-12)
A high school technology teacher from Michigan; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Industrial Innovation and Partnerships

Ann Swain (2005-06)
An elementary teacher from Washington; served at the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Kevin Swanson (2007-08)
A middle school science teacher from Minnesota; served at the National Science Foundation, Graduate Teaching Fellowships in K-12 Education Program

 

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Kevin Tambara (2012-13)
A middle school science teacher from California; served at NSF, Computer and Information Science and Engineering Directorate, Division of Computer and Network Systems

Robert Taylor (2000-01)
A high school science teacher from Alaska; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Sherwood Boehlert (R-NY)

David Thesenga (2013-14)
A middle school science, technology and engineering teacher from Lake Forest, IL; served at NSF, Directorate for Geosciences, Division of Earth Science

Denise Thompson (2012-13)
A high school science teacher from Washington state; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Richard Durbin (D-IL)

Jennifer Thompson (2008-09)
A kindergarten and first grade teacher from Alaska; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs (OPP)

Tonia Thompson (1997-98)
An elementary science teacher from New York; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Elementary, Secondary, & Informal Education

Shawn Tiegs (2013-14)
A high school science and mathematics teacher from Nezperce, ID; served as a Congressional Fellow in the Office of Congressman Mike Honda (D-CA), sponsored by DOE, Office of Science

Chris Tolbert (2009-10)
A high school engineering and technology teacher from North Carolina; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of Cyberinfrastructure

Stephanie Toney (2001-02)
A middle school science and mathematics teacher from North Carolina;  served on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Ruben Hinojosa (D-TX)

James Town (2013-14)
A high school science, engineering and mathematics teacher from West Sacramento, CA; served at NSF, Education and Human Resources, Division of Research on Learning

Mike Town (2010-11)
A high school environmental science teacher from Washington; served at the National Science Foundation, National Science Board

Sandra Trevino (2012-13)
A high school mathematics teacher from Arizona; served at NSF, Education and Human Resources Directorate, Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings, Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching Program

Pamela Truesdell (2011-13)
A high school mathematics, computer science and engineering teacher from Ohio; served at NSF, Engineering Directorate, Division of Engineering and Centers, Research Experiences for Teachers in Engineering Program

Tyson Tuchscherer (2005-06)
A high school mathematics teacher from Oregon; served at NASA, Explorer Schools

 

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Benjamin Van Dusen (2009-10)
A high school science teacher from Colorado; served at the National Science Foundation, Engineering Directorate, Industrial Innovation and Partnerships (IIP)

Lorna Vazquez (2008-09)
A high school mathematics teacher from Wisconsin; served at the U.S. Department of Energy, Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists

Kerry Venegas (2000-01)
A secondary science teacher from New Mexico; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Educational Systems Reform

 

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Sharon Webb (2012-14)
A high school mathematics and computer science teacher from Alexandria, VA; served at DOE, Office of Science

LeRoy Wenstrom (2006-07)
A high school science teacher from Mississippi; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Trend Lott (R-MI)

Sam Wheeler (2012-13)
A high school science teacher from North Carolina; served at the Department of Energy, Office of Science, Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists

Patrick White (1996-97)
A mathematics teacher from Idaho; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Jim Jeffords (R-VT)

Sue Whitsett (2009-11)
As a high school biology teacher from Wisconsin; served at the National Science Foundation, Division of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences

Brenda Wright (2006-07)
A middle and high school school science and mathematics teacher from New Hampshire; served on Capitol Hill with the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions and in the office of Senator Edward “Ted” Kennedy (D-MA)

 

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June Yamashita (1990-91)
A mathematics teacher from Hawaii; served on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Mark Hatfield (R-OR)

Karol Yeatts (1998-99)
An elementary mathematics teacher from Florida; served at NASA

Sarah Young (2011-12)
A middle school science teacher from Utah; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of International Science and Engineering

Sarah Yue (2008-10)
A high school chemistry teacher from California; served at the National Science Foundation, Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE)

 

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John Zacharias (2012-13)
A high school science, mathematics and technology teacher from Florida; served at NSF, Office of Cyberinfrastructure