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Lisa Moss and Thomas Bernard - Founders of QuestFriendz (STEM educational publisher) and authors of The Adventures of Lillicorn, the first book in a new series of STEM problem solving books. The Adventures of Lillicorn was brought to life with significant input and inspiration from their twin daughters along the way.
Lisa brings 20 years of experience across global marketing, branding and product innovation roles at leading global high tech companies, including having held leadership positions at Royal Philips and Sony. She has served as an advisor to educational institutions and C-suite board members.
Thomas brings a seasoned innovation and technology background, with a PhD in computer engineering from the University of Amsterdam. He’s worked over 15 years across several cutting-edge engineering and innovation management roles. He is a former university lecturer in computer engineering and has ten years of experience educating young children across sports related topics. During his time as a university lecturer he became acutely aware of the lack of female representation in STEM related topics.
Inspire the next generation of leaders in STEM with The Adventures of Lillicorn in WooWoo Land, the first in a series of STEM children’s picture books for children 4 to 8 years old. Meet Lilli, a fearless little girl, who is intrigued by science, and loves to conceive new experiments and inventions. In her dreams at night, she transforms into Lillicorn, a superhero, and teams up with friends to travel to distant lands and figure out innovative solutions that save the day. The rhyming storybook is designed so that children can solve ten different STEM quests and earn collectable charm tokens (provided in the book). It’s an exciting way for children to learn fundamental STEM skills at an early age, as well as develop 21st-century learning skills (the 4Cs – critical thinking, collaboration, creativity and communication).