At the first full Board meeting of the new fiscal year, the Kentucky Science Center Board of Directors approved seven new members and voted our Net Tango President and CEO, Susan Weiss, as Board Chair.
“It’s an exciting time at Kentucky Science Center,” said Susan Weiss. “We’ve made significant strides in advancing early childhood learning through Science in Play and we are set to continue to amplify S.T.E.M. programs and partnerships across the Commonwealth.
Net Tango welcomes Jennifer Anstey. Jennifer has joined our team as a Project Manager for Government Solutions.
Jennifer has 15+ years of training and project management experience. Most recently, she was a Senior Instructional Systems Design Project Leader for Northrup Grumman Corp. where she designed and led the development of e-learning courseware for the U.S. Army Armor Center. Jennifer has a Master of Education degree from the University of Louisville with a focus in Occupational Training and Development.
The Government Solutions team has returned from Drupal GovCon, and they are full of the latest and greatest knowledge to integrate into many of our ongoing projects. To learn more about the conference, check out the keynote sessions from Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3.
Net Tango has been named as a finalist for Small Business of the Year, presented by Greater Louisville Inc. – the metro chamber of commerce. The annual awards are given to celebrate small businesses and recognize companies that lead in business and civic arenas.