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Cliff Freeman, Ph.D. student at Boston University studying Mathematics and Computer Science Education (2025), is deeply committed to promoting access to STEM education among historically underrepresented and excluded populations of young people. His journey in this field began in the 10th grade at the Young People’s Project (YPP), where he was integral in implementing math and computer science lessons for students in his community. This experience propelled him to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems (2016) and a Master’s in Technology Management (2018) from Wentworth Institute of Technology. Cliff’s professional and academic endeavors are marked by his dedication to creating equitable opportunities in STEM education, showcased in his role as the Director of STEM Programs at The Young People’s Project. His work also extends to research in the role of Principal Investigator on National Science Foundation (NSF) supported research grants on Math and Computer Science Education and Youth Near Peer Mentorship. Additionally, Cliff is a recognized author, contributing to academic journals and books, alongside managing a technology consulting agency since 2020​.

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