May 27, 2021
Evangelina Galvan Shreeve, Director of STEM Ed
Overview of PNNL STEM and myTRI 2030 Education Council

Provide an overview of PNNL STEM Education efforts including outreach and
STEM Education workforce development. In the role as the Chair for the myTRI2030 Education Council
provide an overview of the Council’s efforts.


Evangelina is the Director of STEM Education at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the Tri-Cities region.

Evangelina leads the STEM Education mission on behalf of the National Laboratory to provide science,
technology, engineering and math (STEM) education opportunities for students, educators, and the greater
community. Evangelina has more than 25 years of experience in Policy & Public Administration for K-20
Education and STEM education initiatives. She is a visionary leader, skilled in navigating and influencing
policy, developing educational programs, resource identification and procurement, and management of
programs and personnel.
In her previous role as the inaugural female, Latino Vice President for Columbia Basin Community College.
Evangelina focused on establishing a Diversity, Development, and Grant Administration Office. In this
position, she helped the institution to be awarded the Hispanic Serving Institution designation.
Evangelina has provided leadership in diversity, higher education and human resources for a variety of
organizations and has served as a board member for numerous federal, state, and local programs and
organizations, building an impressive network in the areas of workforce development, higher education,
government, and research institutions. She was recently appointed by the Governor to serve on the WA State
Achievement Council.
Evangelina earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington and was a first-generation college
student with the Educational Opportunity Program. She also holds a Master of Public Administration from the
University of Washington Evans School of Public Policy and Governance.