Science Matters 4 All is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing science literacy among girls and boys ages five through eighteen years old. We offer a variety of exciting, hands-on STEM programs for elementary school children in the form of after school science clubs, summer science camps, school assemblies, and classroom demonstrations. In addition, we offer hands on professional development training to educators in the form of curriculum development and laboratory set up.
Devin Robinson is a Registered Nurse working in Adolescent Psychiatry where she is involved in several committees. Before moving to Kentucky, she served on the board of directors of the Lakewood Legacy Foundation involved in providing grants to the Lakewood community ranging from the elderly to elementary and high school club organizations. For many years she has volunteered to work with the handicapped ski program at Winter Park and Copper Mountain Ski Resorts for the handicapped Winter Olympics. While living in Northern Kentucky she continues to volunteer and is on the board of directors with the Belleview McVille fire department boosters where she organizes and oversees charitable events to help the community members who are less fortunate.
Danisha Peterson has detailed experience in banking and customer relations and has worked in large public school districts in their counseling and special education departments. Her most recent career was with Sandia National Laboratory and Los Alamos National Laboratory working within the facilities engineering division. Her expertise was in project management and customer relations. Danisha has a unique perspective on life having lived in Madagascar for a number of years. She witnessed firsthand how the Malagash people were able to rise above their impoverished conditions to educate their children and live happy lives.
Janine Jones has extensive experience in banking and in the ownership of a hotel, restaurant, clothing store and antique store. In addition, she was the regional manager overseeing commercial property design, construction and management of apartment complexes, hotels, office buildings and night clubs. She often volunteers by helping out the elderly at a local retirement facility and as the facilities manager at her church.
Diana Chance currently works at an adult daycare service company as a team leader in the respite department. Diana oversees the implementation of care for everyone over the age of 60. In addition, Diana is involved in providing educational tools for the people under her care while coordinating daily program activities for the residents. Diana volunteers her time taking care of the elderly when she is not working. She has gained valuable experience in helping people make important transitions in their lives.
Rollin Robinson graduated with a PhD degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Denver and completed his postdoctoral training at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. He then worked as a staff scientific researcher and college instructor. His expertise is in science education and literacy where he now teaches elementary science enrichment classes at local elementary schools. Rollin provides professional development training to educators and schools in science education and laboratory set-up. He volunteers with the Bellview McVille fire department boosters to help with organizing and setting up charitable events to help the community members who are less fortunate.