The uScibe team is made up of over 30 middle and high school students who oversee public relations, website design, curriculum development, operations management, and other organization functions. The team works with local educators and an experienced board of non-profit executives and researchers to strengthen community impact.
1) Betsy Dew, M.ED: Mrs. Dew has over 35 years of experience in program and agency management, child abuse prevention, teaching, and psychological diagnostic testing. As President of Great Kids, Inc. for 12 years, Mrs. Dew managed an international training and consultation corporation committed to improving our future by making a difference for children today. She is also one
of the founding architects of both Hawaii’s Healthy Start and Healthy Families America (HFA). She has conducted many conference workshops and keynote addresses and community forums on home visiting and family support and has provided technical consultation in development of family support programs throughout the U.S. and Canada, and in Philippines, Jordan and Japan.
2) Abraham P. Lee, Ph.D: Professor Lee is Chair of Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of California, Irvine. He is Professor in Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He is an Editorial Board Member of Lab on a Chip Journal, and Fellow of American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering. Prof. Lee has published over 70 peer reviewed articles and owns 32 issued patents. He received his Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley.
3) John Wuo: Mr. Wuo is the former mayor of the City of Arcadia, CA. He has served as Centennial Mayor for the City of Arcadia in 2003, and again served as a full term Mayor in 2005-2006 & 2009-2010 when Arcadia was ranked the Best City to Raise Children by Business Week. Mr. Wuo has served as Chair for Methodist Hospital Foundation Board, and currently serving on the Board of Governor of Farmers Insurance Exchange and Board of Governor of L. A. County Nature History of Museum.