Archive for the ‘Meet our Volunteers’ Category

Zeno’s recent record-breaking Make a Move 4 Math (MM4M) dinner and auction at the Museum of Flight was possible because of our crew of incredibly dedicated volunteers. For this month’s volunteer spotlight, we would like to introduce you to the trio who made up our MM4M Working Committee –Jeannette Roden, Angela Bertrand and Amy Bresslour. […] Read More

Zeno is pleased to showcase volunteers who exemplify the Zeno spirit in our volunteer spotlight series. Zeno is grateful to have volunteers from diverse backgrounds, spanning different ages. Zeno’s volunteers bring a vast array of skills to the organization, whether they are working a table at MathFest or helping out behind-the-scenes. Meet Nathan Merrill, a […] Read More

Tim Chen started volunteering as a high-school freshman to explore possible career paths. By his junior year, he knew he wanted to teach math and started volunteering with Zeno. In the fall, he starts University of Washington, majoring in math, with plans to pursue a master’s of education. In an interview with Tim, we learned […] Read More

 Editor’s note: Joseph Pham was Zeno’s 2014 nominee for the Jefferson Award, a community-wide honor for outstanding volunteerism. Joseph Pham doesn’t take volunteering lightly. When the Boeing industrial engineer’s travel schedule eased up enough for him to pursue volunteering in early 2013, he turned to the company’s community engagement program. He sought out a variety […] Read More

Zeno has the privilege of working with one super math powered sophomore from Redmond High School who brings her passion for FUN math to Zeno kids all year long! In addition to playing the tenor saxophone, running cross country, playing tennis, tackling Pre-Calculus (her favorite class!), dancing hip hop and spending time with friends and […] Read More