Kimberly Uribe, Fundación Azteca
Kimberly, a mechatronics engineer, discovered her teaching passion through makerspace, reigniting her career. She has been an ISTE Conference presenter four times. With 5 years of experience as a middle/high school teacher and makerspace specialist, Kimberly now serves as an Edtech Coordinator with a focus on UX for Learning at Fundación Azteca, enhancing educational user experiences. Kimberly contributed to notable projects like InGenia, Zapopan's public library program, and a Design Thinking workshops for "Mujeres sin Límite". She also worked as an instructional designer for Estación Meiquer and is developing Insitu, an educational data-driven consultancy.
ON-SITE ATTENDEE CONTENTLet’s Bloom Together! STEAM Meets Data to Develop Character Strength in Girls Maker STEAM+C: An Innovative Approach to Character Strength Development and SEL
VIRTUAL ATTENDEE CONTENTLet’s Bloom Together! STEAM Meets Data to Develop Character Strength in Girls