Momgineering the Future
A Cincinnati native, Kristen is an engineer by trade, a writer by love and a wife and mother by fate. She graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor of science in materials science and engineering. She held engineering positions in both the automotive and medical industries before taking a break from her career to be a stay-at-home mother. She has lived in Northeast Ohio since 2013. Because of her engineering background and love for writing, she founded her blog, Momgineering the Future, to help parents and educators expose children to a wide variety of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) activities and programs. She also is a freelance writer who often writes for the Great Lakes Science Center. Besides STEM topics and writing, she loves gardening, baking, history and spending time with her family.
Science Olympiad is a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) non-profit organization that supports schools and teachers across the country and has been around for more than 35 years. More... Read more
If you are looking for quality STEAM learning for your child this summer, look no further than the Great Lakes Science Center (GLSC).
My family has been participating in free STEAM learning almost ... Read more
Hi! I’m Kristen Antosh. I’m thrilled to be the newest addition to the Northeast Ohio Parent blogging team! While I’ve written for Northeast Ohio Parent Magazine before (see the links to my previ... Read more
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