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Kelley Cambry

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Milestones

My road in life has taken me all over.
I come from a family of entrepreneurs.
Growing up, my parents owned a marketing agency and production studio, where I taught myself skills like graphic design and coding.
Computer science wasn’t really encouraged in school and I didn’t see myself fitting in with that crowd, so I pursued a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing degree instead.
After graduating from college, I jumped into corporate America and worked various jobs in marketing and finance.
When the “Silicon Alley” movement happened in New York, I was able to get back into tech and take classes with people who actually looked like me.
I got into teaching but realized that it was difficult to teach STEM subjects to adults—I decided I wanted to help introduce these subjects to young children instead.
My mom and I worked together to create the Paige & Paxton STEM System, which brings STEM curriculum to elementary schools and homes.
While working on Paige & Paxton, I met my husband—together we founded Blue Studios.io to broadcast STEM education, reaching a larger audience and giving STEM education access to more children.
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Career

Co-founder & CEO

I help introduce STEM curriculum to young children.

Career Roadmap

Roadmap
My work combines:
My work combines:
Technology
Science
Teaching / Mentoring

Day to Day

Each day is very different. I spend a lot of time coding and making sure everything is working properly on the backend of our platform. My husband will typically handle production and then once the content is produced, I handle the marketing and distribution. I also handle a lot of the behind-the-scenes business, including hiring, juggling resources, and planning. I also spend time networking, fundraising, and speaking with investors.

Hurdles

The Noise I Shed

From Myself:

"Am I really that technical? Am I good enough to be in this space?"

Interviewed By

At Your Fingertips

At Your Fingertips

Computer Science Roadtrip