STEMteachersNYC had an enviable problem. The nonprofit, which is dedicated to cultivating ­ excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) teaching and to promoting- self-confidence and success for students, was growing so fast that the group’s part-time volunteer organizers were having a difficult time keeping up.

That changed when the group’s founder, Fernand Brunschwig, a retired physics professor, met Harvard Business School Club of New York (HBSCNY) member Efrem Sigel, MBA ’68, at the 50th reunion of the Harvard College Class of 1964. Huddled under a tent on a rainy afternoon in Cambridge, the men got to talking about what STEMteachersNYC does and how it could continue to grow while maintaining its commitment to excellence in science education.

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