Janelle M. Johnson is the Director of the Colorado STEM Ecosystem and a Professor of STEM Education at Metropolitan State University of Denver. She has been awarded four National Science Foundation grants to date and is the co-editor of STEM21: Equity in Teaching and Learning to Meet Global Challenges of Standards, Engagement, and Transformation (2018). She led several NSF-funded GLOBE STEM equity bootcamps and consulted for the NASA Langley educational group with their equity efforts. Editorial boards she serves on include Anthropology & Education Quarterly, American Educational Research Association, Teaching for Excellence & Equity in Mathematics, and she is a regular reviewer for the National Science Foundation. Her non-profit service includes the board of New York Edge, Blue Morpho Educator Academy in the Amazon, the ACESSE project (Advancing Coherent and Equitable Systems of Science Education) under the Council of State Science Supervisors, and the Colorado Association of Science Teachers.