Kim Magloire is an epidemiologist committed to providing communities and medical professionals valuable information regarding the spread and containment of diseases. She is adept in analyzing research data and dedicated to eliminating the spread of infectious disease by recommending effective control measures. Magloire has also served as a researcher on NIH grants for her expertise in psychiatric epidemiology and stress at Columbia University. She received her MPH in epidemiology and is a PhD candidate at Columbia University. Magloire completed her undergraduate degree in biology and Science and Human Affairs at Princeton University. Magloire is also the founder and CEO of SciTech Kids, a leading educational company that nurtures students to excel in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math). Through her various programs Magloire spreads her philosophy that captivating, hands-on experiences can transform children into budding scientists. SciTech Kids was recognized by the White House when it won the 2014 White House Student Film Festival for its film, Full STEAM Ahead. Magloire has also served as an adjunct professor at NYU POLY and on the advisory board of the Siemens Science Competition. She has received numerous awards including National Community Leader of the Year and Women Shaping History Today. Magloire is also the author of Electricity and Magnetism, Hands-on Science Series, published by J. Weston Walch and six test prep books, including Cracking the AP Biology and Cracking Earth Science published by the Princeton Review.