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Alexus Robertson
Assistant Director, Operations

Alexus Robertson has worked in multiple roles at the Center, starting as the Assistant to the Director and then as Assistant Director of Administration. She has extensive business management and administrative experience. As a serial entrepreneur, she contains a variety of knowledge and expertise that helps support her current position. A graduate of New York University Tisch School of the Arts, she uses her theatrical background to creatively lead as Assistant Director of Operations. Containing a love of numbers, she enjoys applying for her Masters in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix to fulfill her fiscal oversight duties. To ensure a proper work-life balance, Alexus has taken up hobbies in sailing, karate, horseback riding, reading, and knitting.

Alexus is excited to be a part of a team that reviews intersectionality and uses culturally responsive methodologies to help enlighten young girls about alternative life opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. She wished she had been exposed to COMPUPOWER and CompuGirls in her youth. The next best thing is to help other young girls experience the magic of the Center’s programs. With a passion for making an impact on the current generation, she diligently works to support the Center’s mission to inspire underrepresented youth to explore STEM fields.

Jeremiah Thompson
Office Specialist Sr.

Jeremiah was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and moved to Arizona in 2004. He received his B.A. in Theatre at Arizona State University. Jeremiah was a part of the Performance, (Dis)Orientation (Saturday Night Live-like sketches, songs, comedic drama, and slam poetry that show real-life issues of campus life. Talented ASU students talk about dealing with newfound freedom and independence, living with roommates, and preparing for college-level courses), which were performed on all four campuses. Jeremiah has been involved with the F.E.A. (Future Educators of America) Dance Club and Math Club. Jeremiah was also a teacher for 8.5 years. Jeremiah is very excited to continue his career in the Office Specialist Sr. position to help develop and grow his skills in Business Operations. In his free time, Jeremiah loves to eat and try new foods, travel, dance, karaoke, and spend time with family and friends.