Originally from Newark DE, Ali Anderson moved to Morgantown, WV in 2010 to start her college career at West Virginia University studying Biometric Systems. While she loved studying engineering, teaching younger kids about the discipline was her true passion. This led her to continue her studies, obtaining a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration in 2017. During this time, Ali worked as a graduate assistant in the Freshmen Engineering Program (FEP) which turned into a full time position as the Curricular Outreach Program Coordinator. In this role, she teaches freshmen engineering courses, advises nearly freshmen students, and works with K-12 teachers to help grow STEM education in their classrooms. Ali is an active leader in the Society of Women Engineers at both the local and national level.
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