Board of Directors
Keshia Ashe is the co-founder and CEO of ManyMentors, a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) online and in-person mentoring nonprofit organization. Using social networking, ManyMentors addresses the lack of peer mentors within the STEM fields by connecting mentors from several universities with middle and high school students interested in learning more about STEM degrees and careers. Keshia is an alumna of the University of Virginia in Biomedical Engineering, and the University of Connecticut in Chemical Engineering.
Harrison has worked as a full time realtor since graduating from Georgetown University in 2008. Harrison attended Montgomery County Public Schools for elementary and middle school & St. John's College High School. Harrison currently lives in the Riggs Park neighborhood of Northeast DC with his wife and their two dogs. Harrison was honored this year by the National Association of Realtors® and included in the prestigious 30 under 30 Class of 2016. Harrison is also the Vice Chair for GCAAR YPN, coordinating professional development, networking and community service events.
Lindsay is the Associate Director of School Quality at FOCUS (Friends of Choice in Urban Schools) where she oversees charter school support programs. She has a passion for education and has worked with various education organizations and after school programs through City Year, the YMCA, and Higher Achievement. She lives in Northeast DC with her husband and two dogs.
Nadeene Riddick is an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science & Technology Policy Fellow at the National Science Foundation. She recently finished a postdoctoral fellowship at the National Institutes of Health and received her Ph.D. in Cell and Molecular Biology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012. She has been actively involved in multiple organizations that promote diversity in the field of biomedical sciences, where she shares her science knowledge with populations underrepresented in STEM fields through community engagement programming and teaching.
Elizabeth Tuck is a Genomics Educator in the Education and Community Involvement Branch (ECIB) at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), specializing in K-16 genomics education initiatives including resource development, public and teacher engagement programming, and consortium building. Before coming to NHGRI, she taught high school biology courses at the Wellington School in Columbus, Ohio and informal STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education programming for underserved youth at the St. Louis Science Center in St. Louis.
Ms. Tuck earned her B.A. degree in biology and psychology at Hanover College in Hanover, Indiana, and her M.A. in molecular cell biology at Washington University in St. Louis.
Allison Williams is a Management and Strategy consultant with over 5 years of experience in fast-paced, client-facing and cross-industry settings. She primarily focuses on Performance Improvement, Cost Reduction, Procurement Transformation, Operational Excellence, Strategic Planning, Change Management and Risk Mitigation for government, start-up and Fortune 100 commercial clients. Allison obtained her MBA and BA from Georgetown University and currently resides in Washington, DC with her husband.