We offer hands-on science education that delights, challenges, and encourages kids. The Discovery Cube has made a positive difference in thousands of lives for 35 years. Our organization achieves this goal through four core initiatives: STEM proficiency, early childhood education, healthy living, and environmental stewardship. These future-forward initiatives inspire educators, their students, and all of us committed to learning for life.

Our original center in Orange County, as well as our newer Los Angeles campus, gives those seeking immersive, interactive science activities a way to jump into the learning fun. In addition to our campuses, educational outreach programs remain a major part of our mission. Bringing a host of experiences directly to learners is essential to achieving the organization’s core initiatives. It’s a mission that also includes empowering real-world applications by giving learners a chance to make a difference. This vision has made the Discovery Cube a prominent advocate for modern science education over the years. Spotlighting science as a solution and as a force for good is what Discovery Cube so successfully does.

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Joe Adams
Chief Executive Officer

Kellee Preston
Chief Operating Officer

Nancee Christianson
Chief Financial Officer

Luis Almonte
Vice President, Operations & Community Engagement
Discovery Cube Los Angeles

Roxy Gonzales
Vice President, Exhibits and Program Development

Ana Launes
Vice President, Strategic Partnership

Tina Rolewicz
Vice President, Education

Erin Warady
Vice President, Marketing

Lacy White
Vice President, Special Events & Community Management


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