Our amazing team of Mad Scientists dazzle children with their outgoing personalities that bring our science programs to life! Every member of our staff is focused on creating unforgettable experiences for each and every child; helping us spark imaginative learning throughout the state of Colorado.
Each one of our Mad Scientists has experience working with preschool or elementary-level children. They have excellent presentation and classroom management skills, and they have all undergone an extensive background check.
Our Mad Scientists
Saturn Samy is the owner and lead manager of Mad Science of Colorado. She does teach classes every now and then, but her main job is to keep Mad Science going and to support her staff. If it weren't for Saturn Samy, Mad Science could not run as well as it does!
Judith has been an Instructor at Mad Science for 6 years and is currently Manager of Operations. She has an Associate's degree in Anthropology and is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Archaeology. When she isn't busy in the lab or studying ancient civilizations, she enjoys hiking, camping, and gardening.
"While I teach after school programs myself, I spend my time here in the Mad Science office managing all of the kits and products that we send out to schools. Coordinating directly with instructors, I help ensure that every individual has their materials and curriculum all sorted out!"
"I'm all about nature! My specialties include geology, zoology, and ecology. My scientist name comes from the gemstone Kyanite. I chose this name because I like collecting unique rocks."
"I'm Vapor Vanessa, the office Manager here at Mad Science. I love spending time with my son Angello and my husband. I enjoy teaching my son about the plants and animals from around the world! I love working here because I get to see kids have fun and participate in our cool science programs."
Tyler has been an instructor with Mad Science for five years and currently serves as the Sales and Marketing Manager. He has a bachelor's degree in World Languages and hopes to pursue higher education in this field. When he isn't in the lab, Tyler likes to study languages and travel the world.