Founder and Director of Project Make It, electronics instructor at MADE in StL. Amos has been a Maker his entire life. He and Eric Eskelsen have be running an after school program called Make-It Workshop since 2015
Eric is the science specialist at New City School. He has been in education for over 25 years. Eric and Amos founded the Make-It Workshop, an after school program at New City School.
Dr. Lohse-Busch is the Director of Business Development and Outreach for the Geospatial Institute at Saint Louis University. He has over 20 years of experience in transportation, energy-efficiency, and renewable energy research. Along the way he taught a college level course, gave seminars as guest lecturer and supported the Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions series (since 2004). As an engineer, he firmly believes in the value of hands-on learning at all ages.
volunteer & Community relations
I am employed with AT&T now for 32 years where I’ve held various positions from clerical to now Network Support Specialist. When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, vacationing, and giving back to my community through volunteering. I am also the mom of a college sophomore!
Durb Curlee is a lawyer, financial planner, and a coder. He has been a long time supporter of the St. Louis community.
Design and web
Ben is an optimistic nerd with a gravel bike and a passion for design and programming. Ben has worn many professional hats. His accomplishments include having made Anheuser-Busch.com, answered the National Suicide Prevention hotline, taught New Art in the Neighborhood, published photographs in the STL Post Dispatch & Quiet Life and Urb Magazines.
LaJaun Williams works at Harris Stowe and Mathews Dickey in addition to being a music instructor.