Meet Makers Empire's Ambassadors

Makers Empire’s Ambassador Program celebrates innovative and inspiring educators who are regularly using Makers Empire in engaging and creative ways in the K-8 classroom, as well as student designers using Makers Empire in exceptional ways.

Karie Huttner 

K-5 Educational Technology Coach, Verona Area School District 

Kate Tyrwhitt

Visual Arts Teacher at St Michael’s College 

Hajnalka Molloy

Leader, Campus Library and Information Services, Aberfoyle Park Primary Campus

Robin McGinnis

STEM Leader, Mt. Healthy City School System.

Chris Burdman 

STEM teacher, Tynan Elementary School

Diana Harris

Teacher, Richmond Primary School

Jay Wright

SET, STLAN and Technologies Teacher, Vale View State School

Stephanie Hultine

Grade Four Teacher, Foster Elementary

Amy Otis

Classroom Teacher, Glacier Edge Elementary School

Luke Drain

Teacher, Carlingford West Public School 

Jane Edwards

Year 3 Teacher, St Thomas School & Preschool & STEM Teacher, St Patrick’s School

Jonny Wright

Year 4 Class Teacher & STEAM Coordinator, Nambour State College

Russel Cairns

STEM Teacher – Coding and Robotics, Jasper Rd Public School

Shauna Wood

Classroom Teacher, Madison Primary School

Gary Romeo

ICT Leader & 3-6 Maths Leader, St Margaret’s Primary School

Megan Koop

Classroom Teacher, Blakeview Primary School

Jaclyn Byrne

Teacher, Carlingford West Public School

Graham Gordon

Grade 4/5 Teacher,  Sturt Street Community School

Alexis King

Deputy Principal, Carlingford West Public School

Bonnie Kirkley

STEM Teacher, RB Wright

Ruth Hanson

Lower School Educational Technologist, Duchesne Academy

Douaa Mohamed

Design & Technology Teacher, Al Bayha Private School

Sophie Thorpe

Classroom Teacher, Madison Park Primary School

Sandy Warner

Teacher, Port Elliot Primary School

Makers Empire Student Ambassadors

Elliott & Jess

Students and Founders of G3D

Tomo Wright

Student and Founder of TechWright 

Become a Makers Empire Ambassador

Makers Empire’s Ambassadors share their experience of using Makers Empire to embrace maker pedagogy and teach Design Thinking, STEM and 21st-century learning skills with the world.

If that sounds like something you’d enjoy, and your school is a Makers Empire subscriber (i.e. a Makers Empire customer), please apply now.

We’d love to hear about the creative and engaging ways you’re using Makers Empire in the classroom.