Saki H. Wilcox
Ms. Wilcox is the founder and Executive Director of Safe Passage Community Technology Center, a community based nonprofit that provides college preparatory education and development to students in grades K-12 from underserved communities in Camden, NJ. Ms. Wilcox is a relevant and grassroots community leader who brings an innovative corporate vision to the nonprofit community. She is influential in increasing the use of research-informed and evidence-based programs with emphasis on youth and economic development. She received her B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Brown University, her M.S.C.E from Syracuse University.
Cortney L. Bolden
As the program director of Safe Passage CTC, Dr. Bolden provides a plethora of experience in curriculum based state-of-the-art Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) related programs. As a product of community based programming, Dr. Bolden is very passionate about working with underserved communities and committed to doing whatever it takes to help them realize their full potential in understanding and applying math and science. As a committed advocate for education reform, Dr. Bolden is convinced that anyone can learn math and science if they can only see how it is applied. She received her B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Southern University, her M.S.E.E and Ph.D from North Carolina A&T University.