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Board Members


Kristin Morgan Sampson, Ed.D. 

Executive Director, Founder of STEM Career Prep

Doctor of Education, Education Administration and Policy, The George Washington University

Certificate, Nonprofit Management Executive, Georgetown University, Master of Arts, Education and Human Development with concentration in Educational Leadership and Administration, The George Washington University Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry, Minor in Nutrition, North Carolina State University


  • Driven by the mission to provide meaningful connections and experiences for students aspiring to become STEM professionals, Dr. Sampson launched the STEM Career Prep LLC. to bring into fruition this lifelong vision.  STEM Career Prep   seeks to empower   students through mentoring, and strives to empower all young people who are interested in STEM through exposure to STEM   career fields.

  •   Dr. Sampson, has served as an elementary school teacher, middle school mathematics and science teacher, and high school chemistry teacher. As a middle school principal,  Dr. Sampson lead a highly qualified team of teachers, in achieving high academic standards, exploring national and international service trips, and forming creative programming to support students’ emotional, spiritual, and academic growth.  She was a designated site principal,  tasked with  opening an additional school campus, and worked with  community members in developing building protocol and standards.  Dr. Sampson is passionate about planting seeds of hope, encouragement, and confidence  into the young people through strengthening their academic abilities and self-esteem. Her research, “African American female students in STEM: Principals’ leadership perspectives,” is published in the Journal of Negro Education.   

     Dr. Sampson is the proud mother of 3 children.  In her free time,  she enjoys cooking, watching competitive sports, and outdoor activities with her  husband and children. 

Jewel Wright, PhD

Jewel L. Wright is a Team Lead at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Wright has a PhD in Epidemiology and dual Master’s Degrees in Community Health and Biology. She has previous federal experience as a Public Health Analyst, Biologist, and Research Fellow. In academia, she conducted neurobehavioral pharmacology and obesity focused research and has also served as an Assistant Adjunct Professor.  Presently, she is a member of the American College of Epidemiology, American Public Health Association and Metropolitan Washington Public Health Association.

Albert Lewis, M.S.


Albert T. Lewis is a 15-year educator in the D.C.-Metropolitan Area. Mr. Lewis serves as Principal with Prince George's County Public School System at Largo High School,  Prior to Largo, Mr. Lewis served as assistant principal at Benjamin Banneker Academic High School.  Mr. Lewis spent the first fourteen years of his career with the Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) system as an English Teacher, Debate Coach, and Assistant Principal.


In 2013, Mr. Lewis was awarded “Teacher of the Year” for PGCPS. Subsequently, he co-founded the Male Educator Network of Prince George’s County Public Schools (MENofPGCPS) to address bringing more qualified men of color into teaching and educational leadership.


Currently, Mr. Lewis is pursuing his doctorate in Educational Leadership at the University of Maryland College Park.


Jordan Morgan 

Jordan Paul Morgan is a Testing Manager for Staff  Support & Control Functions Testing, in the Global Risk Management organization. Prior to this most recent role, Jordan served as a Horizontal Product Owner for the Data Transaction Testing initiative, and provided support for the Enterprise Testing Utility effort. 

Jordan joined Bank of America in 2006 as a Customer Service Representative II, sporting the HELOC Business Parter Group. Jordan has been a part of Bank of America's Black Professional Group (BPG) Enterprise leadership team for 5 years, serving as Co-Chair of theBusiness Support & Contrls team for the last 3 years.  He was one of 20 members selected to participate in the inaugural class of BPG's Power of 10" program in 2019, and also served as a mentor and recurring presenter for the Empowering

Emerging Black Professionals (EEBP) program. In addition to his engagement in BPG, Jordan has

served as the Membership Chair for the Piedmont Triad MyEnvironment chapter, the Sergeant-at-

Arms for the Bank of America Toastmasters club, and is a member of the Military Support &

Assistance Group (MSAG), Intergenerational Network (IGEN), LEAD for Women, Parents &

Caregivers Network (PCN) and the Native American Professional Network (NAPN).

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