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SACNAS Announces Staff Advancement & New Hire

A core piece of the SACNAS mission is to support those most underrepresented in STEM to advance into leadership positions. We foster this development by cultivating STEM students and professionals through trainings, building networks, and professional development.

We also work to apply these principles of leadership training and advancement to the nonprofit professionals who choose to serve SACNAS as staff.

Eben Lindsey, MAEben Lindsey, MA
Current Position: Director of Education & Leadership
Previous Title: Senior Program Manager
Eric CurielEric Curiel
Current Position: National Chapters Manager
Previous Title: Program Associate
Kateryna PoradiukKateryna Poradiuk, MPA
Current Position: Student Programs Manager
Previous Title: Program Associate
Daniela BernalDaniela Bernal
Current Position: Communications & Membership Manager
Previous Title: Communications & Marketing Coordinator
Tre Braquet
Current Position: Digital Marketing Manager
Previous Title: Digital Marketing Coordinator

Executive Director John D. Winnett says, “Just as we work every day to provide our membership with opportunities for professional development and advancement, I want to ensure that staff have the same opportunity to hone their leadership skills, advance their careers, and make an impact on the national landscape of STEM diversity.”


New Senior Leader Hired to Head Development & Strategic Partnerships
SACNAS also announces the hire of a new Director of Development & Strategic Partnerships. Jenn Vasquez. She has over 10 years of experience in the diversity, equity and inclusion space and has served in various leadership capacities in both the private and public sector. Her work in consulting and working with diversity organizations focused on leading strategic planning, diversifying funding, and organizational development to create stronger organizations. She has an MBA and a Master of Science from FIU.

Congratulations to the SACNAS staff!

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