Meet Our Team!

Quintessence Anx is a Chair member of the Buffalo March for Science and is responsible for maintaining our web presence. She is the Lead DevOps Engineer for ACV Auctions and a chapter leader for Girl Develop It Buffalo. Quinn is also a co-founder of City of Light 2.0, which is an initiative to bring municipal fiber and ISP competition to WNY.

Rohan Bansal is a Logistics and Speakers Committee Co-Chair for the Buffalo March for Science. He has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and is the Co-Founder and CTO of Nupur Technologies, a Buffalo-based medical device manufacturing company.

Stef McGraw is a Logistics and Speakers Committee Co-Chair for the Buffalo March for Science. She works as a Campus and Community Organizer at the Center for Inquiry, a non-profit dedicated to advancing reason, skepticism, and science in public policy and society at large.

Elizabeth Schiavoni is the PR Chair for the Buffalo March for Science. She is the owner of Life Science Writing Solutions LLC and sits on the Board of Directors of the incorporated non-profit Buffalo Women in STEMM.

Zayne Sember is the Chair of the University Outreach Committee for the Buffalo March for Science. He is an undergraduate at University at Buffalo majoring in computational physics and political science and works as an intern for Lieutenant Governor Hochul’s Buffalo Office.

Randall Smith Jr. is the Chair of the K-12 Outreach Committee of the Buffalo March for Science. He is a Biomedical Engineering PhD student at the University at Buffalo researching tissue engineered constructs for cardiovascular diseases. Randy is also the Cubmaster of a local Cub Scout Pack in North Tonawanda.

Ines Stuckert is a Sponsorship and Fundraising Co-Chair for the Buffalo March for Science. She has a PhD in Chemical Engineering and is a Development Specialist at Praxair, Inc.

Nick Stuckert is a Sponsorship and Fundraising Co-Chair for the Buffalo March for Science. He has a PhD in Chemical Engineering and is a Development Specialist at Praxair, Inc.

Alexandria Trujillo is the Founding Chair of the Buffalo March for Science. She is a Pharmacology and Toxicology PhD student at the University at Buffalo researching gene therapeutics for inherited forms of Retinal Degeneration. Along with her research, Alexandria is an ASPET Washington Fellow and ARVO Advocacy and Outreach member in training working to improve science policy and scientific literacy.

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Elizabeth Schiavoni

Elizabeth Schiavoni is the PR Chair for the Buffalo March for Science. She is the owner of Life Science Writing Solutions LLC is on the Board of Directors of the nonprofit Buffalo Women in STEMM.