A working STEM educator artist, Kendall Inglese has brought her own LarkLearningSTEM maker studio on line. She frequently exhibits original works of photography, watercolor, prints at guild shows and libraries and has shared many technique programs for both children and adults through Mass Cultural Council where she earned a gold star for Bridges in Art and Music programs.
As PreK-gr 8 enrichment maker / instructor, she uses BlocksCAD code and Paper Modeling to teach young students the power of originality and observation, often based on nature and the earth sciences. At the Patton Estate she can find inspiration for themes and designs at open space where she once worked at Green Meadows Farmstand.
Kendall has a degree from Mount Holyoke and career honed at managing zoos and conservation accounts at Amergent in Nonprofit Fundraising in Peabody. She enjoys connecting her passion for the arts and nature with many age groups bringing creative STEM programming to afterschool and children's library programs. Her Lark's Learning series includes marsh, pond and river.
Inglese has served on many board of directors, steering and building committees including Peabody Lynnfield YMCA, Lynnfield capital needs for schools, senior center and library construction projects. She has ten years on the state Board of Directors for Mass Library Trustee Assoc., ten at 1681 Hartshorne House on Lake Quanapowitt and currently serves on the team for the Wakefield/LynnfieldRailTrail.