The search is over! TAME is thrilled to welcome a new Executive Director, Andrea Herrera Moreno, who brings an exciting combination of youth development, STEM education, and non-profit leadership to the team. Below is Ms. Herrera Moreno’s letter to the TAME family, introducing herself and her vision for the next chapter in TAME’s future.
Saludos TAME Family,
I am excited to join this marvelous network of creators and leaders. Whether you are a current club member, a club sponsor, a chapter leader, a dedicated staff member, an alum, a board member, or a devout champion of our work, one thing is evident. You are committed to making the Texas STEM community more diverse for all our well-being.
It’s the passion and energy in this network that drew me to TAME, and that energizes me to continue the legacy paved by many since 1976. These uncertain times have brought into more focus the need to ensure all members in our Texas community are connected, supported, and encouraged to reach their goals. Simultaneously, STEM professionals are crucial to making our world more accessible and equitable. We will continue to leverage our strategic advantage, our TAME family ecosystem, to continue to inspire and engage the future STEM professionals of Texas, especially those students still discovering their potential.
I have dedicated my career to growing informal educational spaces that partner up with their members and support them on their journeys. I’m eager to learn from you and to set in motion the strategy for our next chapter.
Please reach out to me with your ideas and questions at email@example.com.
Andrea Herrera Moreno
BIO – Andrea Herrera Moreno
Andrea is a dynamic education professional with more than ten years of experience developing and scaling programs for young people.
Most recently, Andrea worked with the Women in Engineering Program at the University of Texas in Austin to encourage more girls to pursue engineering as a career. Before moving to Texas, Andrea worked for over seven years in Denver, Colorado, in the field of community development, positive youth development, and out-of-school programs for a local non-profit organization. She is a connector that loves to form and strengthen collaborations to maximize our collective impact.
Andrea is from Mexico City and grew up internationally as a result of her father’s career as an industrial engineer with a multinational company. Life brought her to the states to pursue her B.A. in International Political Economy with a minor in Latin American Studies from Colorado College.
Andrea had been planning to visit more of the state of Texas this year and is excited to be able to do so while connecting with more of the TAME network!