Angela DeHart is a retired secondary teacher turned Founder and CEO of the STEM Impressionists Program (SIP). During her 12-year teaching career she was a middle school FACS (Home Ec) turned STEM teacher. She holds a BS in Sociology from The College of Wooster and a MS in Organizational Development & Effectiveness from Johns Hopkins University. Ms. DeHart’s innovative nature, her steadfast dedication to continuous learning, and her passion for STEM has inspired the creation of a number of STEM opportunities for students: a Girls Coding Club, a week of student-directed activities promoting the Hour of Code, and the creation of a STEM group called the STEM Impressionists (SIP). On a personal basis, her activities include being a member of MIT’s LCL facilitator team, participating in a TED talk, an expert for the 2021 released “The Secret History of Home Economics,” a 2021 NCWIT National AiC Educator award recipient, and the 2022 NAPE Unsung Hero.