Channa Comer is a master STEM educator who started her career in education in 2007. Over the years she has served in the classroom, as a school-based teacher leader, an out-of-school time curriculum director, STEM club founder, STEM instructional coach, teacher mentor, professional learning facilitator, and adjunct instructor. In addition to her work in education, Channa has experience in not-for-profit project management and administration. As a master STEM educator, Channa has been profiled in the book Teach Like a Champion 2.0 by Doug Lemov, and has been featured in both local and national media. Channa is an alumnus of the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship and the High Tech High Graduate School of Education New School Creation Fellowship programs. A New York City native, Channa is a proud product of public education. She is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Baruch College in New York where she earned her Bachelor of Business Administration, she holds a Master of Science in Education from The City College of New York, and is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Education Leadership.