SUNY Broome is a proud sponsor of Girls World Expo Binghamton. Suny Broome is bringing a panel of successful female leaders to answer questions about leadership, success and personal growth.
Amelia Stein is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at SUNY Broome Community College. She earned dual B.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering Technology and Applied Mathematics from SUNY Institute of Technology prior to receiving an M.A. in Mathematical Science and an M.A.T in Mathematics Adolescence Education from Binghamton University. In the classroom, she works to bring meaning to seemingly mundane topics by relating them to everyday applications and her own experiences. She also hopes to inspire young women to enter STEM related fields by sharing her own success and her passion for mathematics.
Denise Wells is an Assistant Professor in the Business Information Technology Department at SUNY Broome Community College in Binghamton, New York. She teaches classes in website design, business communications, Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office applications, as well as database and spreadsheet development. Ms. Wells started teaching courses as an adjunct instructor at SUNY Broome in 2011. Before joining SUNY Broome, she was the Outreach and Engagement Coordinator at Ithaca College's Gerontology Institute where she led the planning, implementation, and coordination of the annual conference, workshops, webinars, student engagement and service learning, as well as other community outreach projects. She has many years of experience in areas such as event coordination, web and social media communication, marketing, community relations, and educational program development. Throughout her career, she has directly applied marketing and project management strategies in a wide range of settings; from the financial industry and dotcoms to community support service organizations and academic institutions. Denise has a B.A. from Mansfield University with a degree in Public Relations and M.S. in Communications from Ithaca College. She is a member of the Ithaca College Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
Tracey Curtis is an undergraduate biology major at SUNY Cortland, She was recruited by Dr. Timothy Baroni to work on a National Science Foundation funded project to catalog the macrofungal biodiversity of the Greater Antilles in the Caribbean (Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and Jamaica).