Camille Stegman joins the Raggio Research Center after nearly 20 years in the K-12 educational system. Along with her experience teaching science in rural districts, Camille has been elected chair of the Nevada STEM Coalition, appointed to Governor Sandoval’s STEM Advisory Council, and served as the President and Executive Director of the Nevada State Science Teachers Association (NSSTA). In 2015, she was elected as the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) District XVI Director, a district that encompasses Nevada, California, Hawaii, Guam, and the Pacific Islands. Camille holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction as well as two Masters degrees, one in Science Education and one in Educational Leadership.
- Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction (STEM), Texas Tech University
- M.Ed. Educational Leadership, University of Nevada Reno
- M.Ed. Elementary Education, University of Nevada Reno
- B.S. in Liberal Arts, The University of the State of New York