Jason Brown joined Carnegie Science Center in March 2014 as director of science and education. A former high school and university educator, Brown has led the Science Center’s efforts to inspire more young people to consider and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. Over the past six years, he led his team in the launch of the BNY Mellon Fab Lab Carnegie Science Center digital design and maker space, the creation of the Teaching Excellence Academy, and the expansion of the Carnegie STEM Excellence Pathway from three participating pilot schools to more than 800 schools and districts in 31 states and 13 countries. Brown has also championed the Science Center’s participation in the iPAGE leadership program in support of diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives within informal STEM institutions. Brown served as interim director since December 2018, and was named Henry Buhl, Jr., Director on February 13, 2020.