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With Guests MIA DELAROSA, STEM Educator; JENNIFER BUNCH, Principal, Sevilla Elementary – West Campus, and Engineering Students VALERIA A. and JAYLINN G., Sevilla West


For many underrepresented students, the possibility of a career in STEM is either unknown or out of reach. But a dedicated team at one school in Phoenix, Arizona is determined to change that.

At Sevilla Elementary – West Campus, Educator Mia DeLaRosa and Principal Jennifer Bunch are on a mission to support their students by eliminating barriers to high-quality education. Their goal? Providing an immersive STEM experience that sparks the belief that developing an engineering mindset is attainable for all students, no matter their background.

Through a partnership with the SAE Foundation’s A World In Motion® (AWIM®) program, students learn how to design, build, test, and present a product. As STEM is brought to life, so too are essential life skills like problem-solving, communication, and collaboration which enable students to build the self-confidence they need for future success.

Hear from these passionate educators and two of their students, Valeria A. and Jaylinn G., about how AWIM is unlocking a new world of opportunities and galvanizing the next generation of innovators. It’s a conversation that is sure to inspire you to get involved as a mentor, supporter, or what Mia calls “a believer.”


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We’ll hear from Tarik Bolat, Co-founder and CEO of GPR, about their revolutionary Ground Penetrating Radar technology that Bolat says is more accurate than radar, lidar or cameras in autonomous vehicles.

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Our Host


Innovation Strategist & Co-Founder, Brulte & Company

Grayson Brulte is an autonomous mobility advisor and consultant who provides strategic counsel and political insights to help clients navigate what’s next.

As an SAE strategic partner since 2017, Grayson brings his in-depth industry knowledge to host SAE Tomorrow Today. His unique perspective factors in economics, politics and technology into one-of-kind weekly conversations with innovators changing mobility and its impact on society.

Grayson is a thought-leader who regularly provides insights to publications including Bloomberg, Reuters, The Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, Hollywood Reporter and Forbes. His written opinions and insights have been featured by organizations including the Consumer Technology Association in presentations to the Federal Trade Commission.