We are pleased to introduce Zee Kesler, our Makers Making Change (opens in a new window) Project Manager. Zee calls herself a Maker Educator. She has been an active participant in maker educator spaces since the first Vancouver Mini Maker Faire in 2011.
Zee recently found out that she has a connective tissue disorder called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (opens in a new window). She decided to get involved with Makers Making Change as a way to get more comfortable with having a disability, but also because she loves “maker culture, crowd-sourcing ideas, creating community, and being involved in innovative social programming.”
Zee at the Bell LipSync Buildathon in October 2017
Zee has co-founded/founded two mobile classrooms: the MakerMobile, which is a mobile hackspace, and the Magic Trout Imaginarium (opens in a new window), which is a mobile classroom in a tiny house.
Zee has been with us since September 2017, but it’s still a good time to say we are thrilled to have her on board!