Bryan Holmes | Assistant Director of Education
Bryan holds a B.S. in Secondary Education and a master’s degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where his primary interest was the relationship between formal and informal education. He spent a summer working and studying informal education at the National Air and Space Museum.
Prior to joining CuriOdyssey in late 2010, Bryan taught high school physics and chemistry in rural Maine, his home state, and spent his summers plastering in a fresco shop. His interests sprawl across disciplines, but include classical history, physics, carpentry, and anything anyone will teach him. In his spare time, Bryan enjoys cooking, hiking, and seeking out new experiences.
Carmen DeLeon | STEM Education Specialist
Carmen holds a B.S. in Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology from UC Davis where her studies focused on the behavior and health of birds, especially raptors and waterfowl. After working with the team of community scientists at the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory and tinkering in the world of informal education at Explorit Science Center, Carmen earned a M.S. in Natural Resources and Graduate Certificate in Environmental Education from the University of Idaho. Her continuing interests include science communication, animal training, and crafting. In her free time, you're sure to find Carmen at the top of Hawk Hill in the Marin Headlands or exploring wetlands near and far.