Stephanie Daniels, MSEE
Engineer and Project Designer
Stephanie Daniels is a Senior Engineer for Lockheed Martin. Her contributions to the inflight, llc team are immeasurable and include an extensive knowledge of advanced maths and sciences. Her Masters of Engineering degree from Villanova University and job experiences give her both a formal and a practical understanding of the engineering process. She, along with her father, Eugene, provide depth and uniqueness to our team particularly in the areas of research, development, and project design.
In addition to her work at inflight, llc, Stephanie has over 10 years experience as a volunteer teacher in community partnership engineering programs. These programs place engineers in the classroom and introduce K -8 students to the concept of engineering design. The sum total of these educational, work, and community experiences empowers Stephanie with the skills to ignite a passion within young learners for
Eugene Daniels, BS
"The Flying Man"
Licensed UAV Pilot
The story of inflight, llc begins with Eugene Daniels, a drone enthusiast and former Network Engineer. In 2016, Eugene's passion for all things wireless led him to pursue a UAV pilot's license. His flying sessions over the Delaware River gained him local recognition as "The Flying Man." As he flew, children, single adults, and parents routinely stopped to ask questions about this, then new, technology.
As spontaneous conversations about motion, flight, lift, speed, repeatedly
took place, Eugene, and his wife Robin, noticed a recurring pattern. Many children lacked access to emerging technologies and many attended schools for which there
were minimal resources available for technologies beyond, perhaps,
computers and laptops. Through concern and investigation into STEM programs, inflight, llc was born. It was created as a self-sufficient STEM program provider to help bridge the technology gap in resources and instruction.
Eugene is a graduate of Grambling University in Grambling, Louisiana where he earned a Bachelors in Business Administration. His work also includes extensive managerial and operations experience as a record- holding Area Manager with Anheuser-Busch, Inc. and multiple certifications as a Network Engineer. His career contributions also include work in research, development, and project management.
Robin Daniels, EdD.
Professional Developer Administrator, Author
Robin Daniels is a consummate teacher, certified administrator, and a professional developer. Her equity-based workshops feature culturally responsive instruction, strategies for overcoming racial dynamics in schools and restorative practices. In addition, Robin serves as a trainer for the Foundation for Educational Administration (FEA), the educational wing of the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association (NJPSA) in
Monroe Township, New Jersey.
In her work with inflight, llc, she provides oversight for lesson development
and maintains business operations.
In addition, Robin is the author of The Elgin Fox Adventures. This series features ten year old Elgin, a junior engineer, who encounters problems and finds solutions. While reading about Elgin's adventures, students learn scientific and engineering practices as defined by Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Thereafter, they participate in associated STEM projects that help Elgin solve problems
and save the day.
Robin holds two Masters' degrees, one in education and the other in theology, and a doctorate in educational leadership. Her alma maters are Harvard University, Hamilton College, Rowan University and the University of Scranton.