Alumni STEMinism: Meet Two Of Our ICMs By: Angela Wright, DI Alumni Council Member 2019 This year, the Engineering Challenge will have two female alumni as International Challenge Masters (ICM) for the first time ever. The even cooler part? They competed against each other when they were participants! 2019 Interview with Destination Imagination (DI) volunteers Crissy Buhr and Jackie MacLeod. Tell us about your life, both DI and in the real world.
Crissy Buhr (CB): I grew up i
We encourage you to follow us on Facebook and Instagram. We are also looking for teams to feature on our Throwback Thursday posts. If you have any old photos that you would like to share, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would also like to showcase the excellent work that our 2019-2020 teams did this year. We will need media release forms from these teams.
DI is excited to begin sharing the details of the 2020-21 Challenge season with our community. This is the first in a series of messages that will be delivered in the coming months. We appreciate your patience as we finalize our plans—rest assured that all of your questions will be answered soon! The 2020-21 season of DI will look different than previous ones. As always, our top priority is the safety of our participants and volunteers, and our Challenge season will reflect t
Dear DI Family, I planned to write a column this week about my ongoing struggles to learn how to swim. Like most of my columns, it was going to be a funny story about my personal experiences linked to the DI experience. I am unable to do that today. Like many of you, I am deeply upset by the actions – and inactions – that led to the death of George Floyd. But unlike most of you, as an African-American, this hits me in a much more personal way. I believe that most of you are u