Christina Baze (she/her/hers) is a doctoral student in STEM Education (expected graduation: 2022). Christina completed her Bachelor’s of Science Education - Biology (dual major; 2011) and her Master’s of Arts in Science Teaching (2017) at Northern Arizona University in her beautiful hometown of Flagstaff, AZ. She has taught in a variety of both informal and formal educational settings, from elementary to undergraduate students. Currently, Christina works as a GRA on two separate projects: a research project through the STEM Center in the College of Education, ending summer 2019, and evaluation services through the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC). Christina served as the primary representative from STEM Education for two years and served on the Student Libraries Committee before becoming the GSA President. Outside of academia, Christina lives in Manor, TX, with her husband, two daughters, three horses, numerous chickens, dog, and ball python. She enjoys being with and riding her horses and reading science fiction/fantasy novels on the rare occasions she has the time. Christina serves on the Admissions and Registration Committee, the GSA Admissions Committee, the GSA Agenda Committee, and the President's Student Advisory Council.