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Ann Caldwell


Ann is the Director/Co-founder of Cheverly STEM

Ann is a seasoned homeschooling mom of three children.  For most of her career she has been a science curriculum specialist. Ann started by teaching high school chemistry and math before moving to curriculum evaluation at American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for 8 years. She also spent 3 years developing and teaching elementary science curricula. Ann has a Master’s in education and nearly completed a PhD in science education before her children were born. She is an outdoor enthusiast who loves teaching and is looking forward to building the STEM center over the next several years. 

Jeanne Robinson

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Jeanne is the Director/Co-founder of Cheverly STEM

Jeanne is a seasoned homeschooling mom of seven children. She is a yogi and vegetarian by nature and an engineer by training (UMCP). Jeanne has been working in the field of civil engineering for 30+ years. During which she managed multi-million dollar budgets and supervised thousands of employees - training many of them. Additionally, she and her husband have built home additions, decks and custom furnture, as well as their own geodesic home in Cheverly. She loves working with young people and looks forward to meeting your family.

Brandon Wallace


Brandon is currently pursuing his Doctoral degree in Kinesiology at the University of Maryland-College Park after receiving his Master's in Physical Culture Studies and his Bachelor's degrees in Sports Communication and Sociology from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois in May of 2017. Born and raised in the Midwest, Brandon developed an early love for sport and fitness and was heavily involved in athletics, particularly baseball, basketball, and football. Brandon hopes to use his education to promote physical activity and sport within the community and make it accessible to all. 

Kahlee Mitchell

Kahlee is a Maryland native that consults at USDA as an IT Project Manager. Over the years, she has worked with children through special events like Hour of Code, Girls Who Code or simply by volunteering. Most recently, she’s been the main instructor of an after school comprehensive STEM program called DNAwesome. She’s excited to share the different aspects of technology.

Dr. Kumari Robinson

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Kumari comes from a large, homeschooling family and has been teaching and helping others learn for as long as she can remember. She received her Bachelor's degree from University of Maryland in Kinesiological Sciences, and Doctorate from George Washington University in Physical Therapy. She has been been employed at Johns Hopkins Hospital in that capacity for the last 5 years. Anatomy, Physiology and the biological sciences have been the cornerstone of her education and are often considered the cornerstone classes for health sciences and the study of medicine on an undergraduate and graduate level. She is excited to become part of  the STEM Center!

Oskar Errikson


Oskar is a local talent who had just completed his undergraduate degree in environmental science when he first taught for Chv STEM.  Soon after, he set out on another adventure, working on his Master's degree in Europe.  Now he is back and is excited to be teaching his two favorite subjects, Ecology and Geography at Chv STEM again.    

Viola Pitts


Viola has been dancing for over ten years during which she studied at many studios, including the Ballet Theatre of Maryland, Greenbelt Dance Studio, New Chicago Dance Studio and the Ballet Academy.  She has studied ballet, jazz, modern, hip hop as well as musical theatre and rhythm tap.  She has also studied techniques such as Balanchine, Limon and Cunningham.  Violas has been teaching dance for two years and is excited to be teaching with Chv STEM.  


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