STEMBoard creates technologies that help advance our nation and its citizens. We believe in Integrity, Innovation and Inclusion.
We seek to improve society through systematic innovation and by attracting, nurturing and developing the world’s emerging brilliance.
Our team brings together bright minds from a variety of backgrounds. We deliver high-quality solutions, on time and on budget.
STEMBoard’s leadership team has engineering and development experience creating smart systems and software solutions for defense and enterprise clients. The team’s skill sets include web application development, high-performance computing and large system simulation.
STEMBoard knows how to help companies better understand data inside and outside of their organizations. This ranges from data visualization to data analytics that provide a breadth of insight for decision-making that saves money and improves efficiency.
As a minority owned and operated company, STEMBoard believes in the power of a diverse workforce. We are advocates for talented professionals from all backgrounds and champions for organizations looking for top-notch talent with the qualifications needed to outpace the competition.
The engineers and programmers of STEMBoard have expertise in a range of technologies, from mobile web development to low-level device programming. Our core competency is in real-time situational awareness applications that span the Cyber and C4ISR paradigms. In many cases, our technology stacks leverage our knowledge in cloud computing and big-data processing for use with massively scalable databases.
We are composed of aerospace and defense engineers that have led innovative and disruptive change within the Federal Government. Our team has spearheaded the architectures for the first tactical cellular base-stations deployed to Afghanistan, demonstrating that real-time biometric with the use of wearable devices is possible, and reducing the size, weight, power and cooling of Cloud processing by leveraging bleeding-edge stream processors.
STEMBoard is an Economically Disadvantaged Woman and Minority-Owned Small Business.
Creating transformational technologies means developing talent from all walks of life.
Aisha Bowe is the co-founder and CEO of STEMBoard, a technology company that solves complex problems for government and private-sector clients. Prior to STEMBoard, Aisha was an aerospace engineer at the NASA Ames Research Center, where she received numerous awards for her dedication to technical excellence and diversity and inclusion. Aisha actively partners with Historically Black Colleges and Universities and national non-profits like INROADS to host STEM camps for underserved and underrepresented students. Aisha holds a bachelor's in Aerospace Engineering and a master’s in Space Systems Engineering from the University of Michigan.
Tasha serves as the Director of Programs for STEMBoard where she leads all Technology projects while fostering strong relationships with clients, while ensuring stellar client delivery of programmatic tasks. Tasha has a track record managing integrated programs for government with STG, Northrop Grumman and Harris Corporation. She holds a master’s degree in Global Management from New York Institute of Technology, a bachelor's degree in Information Technology.
Jarvis serves as the Director of Education for STEMBoard where he leads STEM education programming, institutional research and evaluation. Prior to joining STEMBoard, he was the Academic Director, Director of Education Programs and President/Chief Education Officer of the Level Playing Field Institute in Oakland, California. He holds a master's and doctorate degree inNuclear Science and Engineering from Cornell University and abachelor’s degree in Physics from Southern University, a historically black college.
Kitt is a passionate storyteller who leads STEMBoard’s press and public relations outreach. A two-time Emmy-nominated producer and NAACPImage Award winner, Kitt has produced stories for CBS News, CNN and CURRENT TV. She has since worked with broadcast and C-suite executives to shape content and branding.Kitt holds a bachelor's degree inFrench literature from UCLA and a master’s degree in communications from San Francisco State University.
STEMBoard teamed with the Center for Defense and Homeland Security at Fayetteville State University to help lead the Navy's Navy Next Generation Outreach and Recruitment Initiative.Learn More
STEMBoard supports Rocket Fuel “Gives Back” STEM program designed specifically for Hispanic girls in grades 3 to 5 from East Palo Alto, Calif. elementary schools.Learn More
For the second-straight year, STEMBoard will host a camp designed to give students hands-on exposure to the engineering fields.Learn More
The mission of the Black Men Teaching (BMT) Program is to recruit Black male tenth and eleventh grade students to enroll in FSU's Teacher Education Program by providing them with mentoring and academic support.Learn More
Our education programs help students tackle complex challenges and build bright futures through science, technology, engineering and math.
“...diversity efforts are worthwhile, but would be more effective if they were led by technical workers...”
- Aisha Bowe, Co-Founder and CEO
Approved for participation in the Department of Defense (DoD) Mentor-Protégé Program, STEMBoard is proud to continue its track record of delivering innovations to the warfighter in a timely and efficient manner.
The DoD Mentor-Protégé Program is the pre-eminent program within the Federal government for the transformation of a small business firm with high potential to a firm able to perform well as a prime contractor or subcontractor. Established in 1991, the program helps small disadvantaged businesses (Protégés) compete for prime and subcontract awards by partnering with large companies (Mentors) under individual, project-based agreements. The program is a way to share best practices, enhance skill sets, technology and opportunities for small businesses.
As of February 2015, there were 66 active Protégé Agreements within the Department of Defense.
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