“I think of my job as building a STEM ecosystem: finding the right people from different backgrounds and connecting them to TAME and to each other. The stronger these connections are, the easier it is for all of us to do good work.”
Savita Raj, Executive Director of TAME, 2010-2019
TAME programs depend on the support of over 800 volunteers from local STEM industries, schools, libraries, and communities.
The TAME State Office is staffed by dedicated professionals who coordinate the day to day work of TAME, support Club Sponsors and Chapter activities, and plan for the organization’s long-term growth. In addition, TAME Trailblazer Facilitators deliver TAME’s mobile STEM museum program across Texas, training volunteers and engaging students.
The TAME Board of Directors, made up of representatives from STEM-related industries and academic institutions, actively oversees and monitors the organization and its programs.
TAME Chapter Chairs and leadership teams across Texas deliver our programs to students and communities across the state. TAME receives financial support from the private sector, local communities, and matching funds from the State of Texas.
through STEM programs across Texas
Growing a STEM ecosystem
with academic, industry, and community partners
with STEM professionals giving back
TAME Board and Advisory Board
Members at Large
- Leslie Diamond, Development Coordinator – Fundraising, Mentors, Workshops
- Sally Blue, Interim Executive Director
- Linda Collins, Senior Outreach Program Coordinator
- Lindsey Carmichael, Outreach Program Coordinator – TAME Clubs, Scholarships, PR
- Rowan Halliday, Outreach Program Coordinator – STEM Competitions
- Sergio Abraham Ramirez, Outreach Program Coordinator – Trailblazers
TAME is currently seeking a creative visionary and a strategic leader to guide and inspire the organization’s next stage of growth. See more: Seeking a STEM Visionary: TAME is Hiring an Executive Director.
TAME is also now hiring a Trailblazer Facilitator to bring the excitement of STEM to students all across the state. See more: Road Scholar Wanted: Now Hiring a Traveling Educator.
We are always interested in hearing from qualified individuals. If you have a strong interest in sharing the excitement of STEM with Texas students, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you if we identify a suitable opportunity.
To volunteer with TAME, please see our Get Involved page or email a statement of interest and qualifications to email@example.com, or call us at (512) 471-6100 to learn more about volunteer opportunities in your area.