Melvin Stallings, Jr. is the Founder and Executive Director of Cyber Green Group, a workforce training non-profit corporation for teachers and students in the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) fields, located in Bowie, Maryland. Melvin is also a Curriculum Development Specialist. He has written many math and science curriculums for high schools throughout the United States. He has presented several professional development workshops at local and national conferences over the last 10 years. Melvin manages various STEAM initiatives for K-12 levels in schools and recreation centers that foster excitement in Cyber Forensic, Biomedical Engineering and Green Science.

Melvin is also currently the Director of STEM Education and the School Recruiter for National Collegiate Preparatory Public Charter High School in Washington DC. In this role he oversees the development of selecting students to be our future scientists and engineers in the near future. He created several STEM courses and the award winning Afterschool STEM program. Melvin was the driving force in establishing a Saturday’s STEM Academy that has increase math assessment scores for the last three years by 20%.

In 1998, Mr. Stallings jointed the Baltimore City Police Department where he was a Crime Scene Investigator for several years. He also taught Forensic Science at two high schools. Though challenged with the demands on his time, Melvin still volunteer his time to help kids in the community to explore STEM career.

Mr. Stallings has been the recipient of numerous trophies and awards including Teacher of the Year in Baltimore City (2002), Most Creative Teacher (2004), Harry Burke Award for Educators of the Year in Alexandria City, Virginia (2010), Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Man of the Year (2013) and the Educator of the Year at National Collegiate Prep (2018).

Melvin received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Norfolk State University and his Master from Notre Dame of Maryland University. Melvin has over 20 years of experience as an educator in the fields of science and mathematics. He is a member of the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC Chapter, and a Life member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated (Psi Nu Chapter of Alexandria, VA).

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