Kim Fossey is a passionate education activist who engages community partners to increase equity and participation in STEM in Louisiana. Currently, she serves as the Million Women Mentors Louisiana state chair and serves on executive boards for Louisiana Women in Technology and the Louisiana Afterschool Network. Fossey has served rural and urban K12 school districts and higher education, focusing on educational technology and most currently STEM education. Fossey helped build communications strategy and a best practice network for a Texas STEM Initiative (T-STEM) and since returning home to Louisiana launched STEMup Baton Rouge (PK-12 STEM mentoring), GEN READY Capital Area STEM Collaborative ( a member of the STEM Ecosystems Community of Practice) and a STEM Fellows program for the local school district. Fossey currently serves as a co-project investigator for the Capital Area STEM Network at the LSU Cain Center for STEM. Fossey has a M.A. in Curriculum from LSU.
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