Colin is the Managing Director of US2020, an initiative of Citizen Schools, a national leader in addressing the education opportunity gap. Colin, together with the US2020 team, advance a network of regional coalitions serving over 100,000 underrepresented youth with high-quality STEM mentoring and maker-centered learning experiences. Based in Colorado, Colin has served on various local boards, including school boards, chamber of commerce and other local education-focused organizations. He has also served on Colorado Succeeds Work-Based Learning Policy Research Advisory Council. He holds a BA from the University of Colorado and a Master's in Public Policy from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
Stephanie works with Citizen Schools’ US2020 City Network of 22 communities to expand and deepen opportunities for maker centered learning and STEM mentorship. She is co-leading Make For All, a national initiative focused on ensuring that all students have access to the tools, mentors and spaces to become the next generation of problem solvers, inventors, engineers, designers and entrepreneurs. She was formerly a Senior Advisor for Making at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy during the Obama Administration.
Megan started with US2020 in July of 2015 as an AmeriCorps VISTA member. After two years of service, she was hired on as the Program Coordinator and now serves as the City Network liaison. Megan helps coordinate US2020’s bi-annual convenings, the newly named STEM Mentoring + Making Awards series, marketing and communications efforts, evaluation, and more. Megan attended the University of South Dakota for Native American Studies. In her free time, Megan enjoys hiking, biking and volunteering with a Berkeley, CA based youth shelter.