Dr. Reagan Flowers is a visionary, a scientist, an educator, and most importantly a humanitarian who is committed to serving her community well. The success of young people has been the driving force behind her innovative ideas as a teacher, guidance counselor, dean of students, school improvement facilitator, and now the founder and CEO of CSTEM Teacher and Student Support Services, Inc. Dr. Flowers received her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology from Texas Southern University, Masters of Arts in Counseling from Prairie View A & M University of Texas, and Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership from The Union Institute & University.

In 2002, Dr. Flowers founded CSTEM Teacher and Student Support Services, Inc. as a 501(c)(3) organization to provide educational support services in communication, science, technology, engineering and mathematics (CSTEM). Her mission is to provide opportunities that close achievement gaps grades Pre K-12. C-STEM provides hands-on enrichment activities that excite students about math and science. Dr. Flowers impacts education through focused professional development that increases teacher content knowledge and student achievement. Most importantly, Dr. Flowers creates an environment for students to participate in research based enrichment activities that are fun and excite them about learning STEM. Her ability to work directly with schools at a grassroots level is making a difference with reaching desired performance gains.

Dr. Flowers greatest asset is her proven track record with engaging high percentages of minority, underrepresented, socio-economically disadvantaged, and at-risk students in STEM learning. CSTEM currently supports more than 70 schools within six school systems. In 2007, Dr. Flowers implemented the annual Sea Turtle Challenge in Houston, Texas to involve teachers and students in an interdisciplinary project with robotics, sculpture, mural, creative writing, interactive media and Geographical Information Systems (GIS). By 2008, in only two years of existence, the Sea Turtle Challenge increased its participation from 1,200 students to over 20,000 students within 16 feeder patterns throughout the Houston and Fort Bend Independent School Districts. The feeder pattern format connects elementary, middle, and high schools. The Sea Turtle Challenge is the first and only STEM feeder pattern competition in the nation.

Dr. Flowers values education and always models being a life long learner through CSTEM. Overall, she is an individual who is committed to caring for the future of children.