Lisa Clarke

Lisa has lived in Utah for 21 years but there is a very special place in her heart for her hometown of Anchorage, Alaska. In Alaska she grew to love the outdoors, especially hiking and fishing. She is a graduate of Brigham Young University and has a Bachelor's degree in Biology Composite Teaching and a Master's degree in Biological Science Education. For 13 years she was the Program Manager and Assistant Director of the Central Utah Science and Engineering Fair at Brigham Young University. Every year she had the opportunity to travel with the winning high school students in Utah to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair where many of her students won awards and international recognition. She has mentored and assisted hundreds of students in grades 5-12 with their science projects and research experiments and loves helping and teaching young scientists.

In her spare time, Lisa enjoys reading, gardening, camping, hiking, running, fishing, sewing and spending time with her husband and two kids. She is passionate about learning and loves that as a teacher she has the excuse to be a continual student. She is excited to teach at Stillwater Academy and through her classes she hopes to help each student better understand the world around them and to develop a love of science and learning.