November’s Lunch with a Leader hosted by the League of Women Voters features Kurt Steinhaus at 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18 at Mesa Public Library, and is open to the entire community.
Steinhaus is director of the Community Programs Office at Los Alamos National Laboratory and he will speak on education and workforce development.
His work at the CPO is focused on three areas:
- STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education;
- Technical assistance for small businesses and helping entrepreneurs start new companies; and
- Partnering with non-profit organizations to advance their strategic goals.
Steinhaus’ prior experience includes time as deputy cabinet secretary of the New Mexico Public Education Department and as professor of Graduate Education at the University of New Mexico. Steinhaus, a native of Los Alamos, resides here with his wife, retired teacher Jo Beth. Their daughter is on staff at LANL and their son who just finished his masters in engineering is employed in Albuquerque.
Steinhaus holds two masters degrees. One is from Eastern New Mexico in music and the other is in computer science from the University of Oregon. His doctorate is from the University of New Mexico in educational leadership and organizational learning.
To order a $10 lunch for the talk, call Karyl Ann Armbruster at 505.661.6605 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday afternoon. Lunch does not need to be ordered to attend the talk.