Marni Landry is the Grand Canyon University K12 STEM Outreach Manager. She came to GCU following a 16 year career at Paradise Valley High School having written the STEM Integrated curriculum for, and taught in the Center for Research, Engineering, Science, and Technology program on the Paradise Valley campus. As a leader in the teaching community, she served on the Paradise Valley Technology Committee, designing and delivering technology professional development (PD) to staff and delivering biotechnology PD as a BioRad fellow. Marni has also presented STEM PD for the National and Arizona Science Teachers Association (ASTA), and serves as a committee chair for the ASTA. As a Fellow of the Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms she served a teaching exchange in Morocco.
Marni is a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science and Math Teaching, a Nobel Top 10 Teacher of the Year, AZ High School Science Teacher of the Year, Arizona Tech Council Teacher of the Year, IEEE Pre-College Teacher of the Year, and Arizona Bioindustry Association Educator of the Year.