Victor Udoewa is a science & technology policy advisor, education director, and a consultant. Originally trained in mechanical engineering and materials science from Harvard University, he is also a development engineer working in both community development and international development. After finishing his PhD in mechanical and aerospace engineering, he decided to contribute to solutions to the massive problems in education through excellent teaching. Now, as a former secondary school teacher, he still teaches teachers as an educational specialist and adjunct professor of education focusing on science and math education through classes, workshops, and video series. Recently he taught a workshop to urban, middle school teachers teaching them how to incorporate engineering into the middle school science curriculum. He still conducts medical and engineering research and is a certified counselor focusing in HIV/AIDS, post-abortion, and crisis pregnancy counseling. He also works on an employability scheme for ex-offenders and mentors former prison inmates helping them to transition back into society. Additionally, he works the overnight shift at a rotational homeless shelter.