A former professional ballet dancer and engineer, Keri has a deep appreciation for the intersection of art and science. She trained and danced with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, Ruth Page Foundation, and has worked with world renowned choreographers including Peter Anastos and Larry Long. Keri graduated from Purdue University with a bio/electrical engineering degree after receiving the Freshman Engineering Alumni and Advanced Micro Devices Design awards. She helped develop medical devices including the “The Navigator,” one of the first approved to monitor blood glucose real-time continuously with wireless data transfer, and the “Apollo” neuro-catheter to treat brain AVMs. Keri is committed to education through science media. won an entrepreneurial pitch competition to create the online science channel Raw Science TV.