Science Foundation Arizona (SFAz) has added Suzanne Zentner to serve as senior strategic advisor. In this role, her initial responsibilities include working with the Arizona STEM Network and Helios STEM School Pilot program. Zentner brings nearly 25 years of related experience to the team.
“Suzanne will be a great asset to SFAz,” said William Harris, CEO and president of SFAz. “She has valuable education, leadership and business experience that will translate well to the Arizona STEM Network.”
Prior to joining SFAz, Zentner compiled extensive experience in the K-12 sector from classroom teacher to superintendent. She also served as the national director of P20 Education for the Apollo Group and has been involved in a number of entrepreneurial endeavors. In addition, she has served as a consultant for K-12 districts, post secondary institutions and business clients alike.
She currently sits on the Board of Conscious Capitalism Arizona and is a faculty associate for Arizona State University (ASU) in the Department of Technology and Innovation.
Zentner holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, a Master of Business Administration, a Master of Science in Educational Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Education, all from the University of Wisconsin system.