Livestreams, a D.M. Maynard Series with Lewis Steller

Join the 15th episode of D. M. Maynard’s interview series for all family members and educators of people in gender transition. On Wednesday, June 22nd at 16:00 CEST!

Get your reminder here: URL. In this LIVE, we’ll speak with Lewis Steller (he/him), a proud co-facilitator of the Gender-Inclusive Biology Project (, which counts on the collaboration of Sam Long (he/him) and River Suh(they/he). The project’s website and newsletter aim to curate and create accessible, gender-inclusive resources for K-12 science teachers, as well as connect science educators, students, learners of all types, parents, guardians, and everyone involved in supporting and learning to grow a more inclusive biology curriculum.

Lewis taught science to students grades 6-12 for 10 years in Seattle, Washington. He earned his M.S. in Science Education from Montana State University in 2018 with a research emphasis on creating welcoming classrooms for students from marginalized identities. Lewis currently teaches science to grades 7-12 at a bilingual Friends school in Monteverde, Costa Rica.

In addition, Lewis and his collaborators also lead workshops for educators and teachers in training to promote gender-inclusive practices and resources for use in the science classroom.