Welcome to Reginald Finley, Heather Grimes, and Cari Herndon

From l. to r.: Reginald Finley, Heather Grimes, and Cari Herndon

NCSE is pleased to welcome three new staff members to the Supporting Teachers program.

Reginald Finley joins NCSE as Engagement and Outreach Specialist after two decades of informal and formal K-16 science education experience. He has graduate degrees in biology and science education and will soon complete his doctoral studies in natural science education.

Heather Grimes joins NCSE as Program Coordinator after working in various roles in higher education administration. She received her bachelor's degree in anthropology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Cari Herndon joins NCSE as Curriculum Specialist after teaching middle school science for nine years. She earned her master's degree in secondary education from DePaul University and is passionate about creating inclusive science curricula.

Learn more about the Supporting Teachers program on NCSE’s website.

Glenn Branch
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Glenn Branch is Deputy Director of NCSE.


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