Please join us on Wednesday, January 6th at 7:00 pm for a NestED talk by Cambridge City Councilor and Phillips Academy alum Nadeem Mazen (’02), founder of danger!awesome, a makerspace in Cambridge, MA.
Mazen first learned about the maker revolution 15 years ago at the MIT Media Lab, where he graduated with degrees in Biological Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. He has been a leading voice in education and the maker revolution around the world. In 2013, Mazen became the first Muslim city councilor in Cambridge, MA.
Mazen founded danger!awesome in 2012 with fellow MIT grad Ali Mohammad. The makerspace aspires to bring community, creativity and high-tech tools together and offers classes in fabrication, laser etching, and 3D modeling.
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NestED, the OWHL Makerspace’s speaker series, invites makers, educators, artists, and innovators to come speak at the Nest, demo their projects, and provide inspiration. All members of the Phillips Academy community – students, faculty, and staff – are invited to attend.