Meet our STEM Coordinator

Zulma Whiteford is currently a technology teacher and coordinator of STEM education, at St. Louis School in Clarksville, Maryland. As part of her job description, Mrs. Whiteford works closely with the faculty and staff to seamlessly integrate 21st century skills into everyday classroom activities. She is committed to helping students build personally meaningful connections between school, community, careers and the world by preparing them to succeed in a very competitive global economy.


She is a Google Certified Educator, an active member of the Archdiocese of Baltimore  (AOB) Technology Steering Committee, the AOB 20-21 Planning Ahead Task Force, the Technology Curriculum design team, the Maryland STEM Festival Board of Directors, the How Girls Code Programs Board, the International Sociaety for Technology Education (ISTE), and the Discovery Education Network (DEN) Leadership Council.


Mrs. Whiteford holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the College of Notre Dame of MD, a Master's Degree in School Administration from Loyola University and an Instructional Technology Certificate from Goucher College.