Staff and Volunteers
Sarah Bradshaw, Program Manager
Sarah is a Curriculum and Instruction M.Ed. student at the University of Washington, graduating in August 2013. She grew up in B.C, Canada and moved to Seattle in High School. Sarah graduated in 2007 from the University of Puget Sound with a B.S. and a focus on Marine Biology and Ecology. She spent 3 years teaching and writing curriculum for Pacific Science Center in addition to coordinating their summer camps program before teaching preschool at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Her interest is in writing relevant, engaging science activities for K-12 students with the goal of increasing science literacy. Outside of teaching Sarah enjoys hiking, camping, yoga, cooking and wake-boarding!
Jenelle Clark, Educator & Curriculum Development Intern
Jenelle is a designer and writer. She grew up in Cheyenne, WY and has called Seattle home since 2011. She graduated from the University of Wyoming in 2007 with a B.A. in Art and Environment and Natural Resources, with a minor in Horticulture. In 2010 she completed her Master of Landscape Architecture degree at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Her graduate and professional work centered on the convergence of environmental perception in the landscape, ecological function, and horticultural selection. Most recently, Jenelle has shifted her focus more towards issues of education and teaching. She is interested particularly in curriculum development and program planning for informal science education. Jenelle is also a small business owner and designs patterns for the quilting and needlework industries under her label, Echinops & Aster. She enjoys teaching others about hand stitching and handmade work. In addition to her interest in quilting and needlework, Jenelle is also an avid hiker and wildlife enthusiast.
Mika Inadomi, Activity Assistant Intern
Mika is currently a sophomore at University Prep high school and is taking physics, chemistry, astronomy, and waves and optics. Mika has taught tennis and fitness to kids 5 – 13 years old and helped organize tennis tournaments. Mika is a former University of Washington Medical Center Volunteer, where she transported patients and lab specimens throughout the facility. Mika originally wanted to begin her own program similar to Cascades Science Squad and now is happy to share her love for science education by volunteering with the Cascades Science Squad. She believes it is a way to both have fun and meet new people.