Meet PASCO's Domestic Sales Team
Have Questions about PASCO solutions? Our Education Consultants are knowledgeable about all our products and understand how they are used in the classroom. They are your first point of contact and are always happy to help.
Chris earned a BS in Physics with a minor in Mathematics from Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI.
He has several years of teaching experience in undergraduate physics labs as well as a decade of experience as a technology sales executive.
Chris serves as Cubmaster for his oldest son’s pack and has played guitar for over 20 years. He and his wife are avid Packers fans and enjoy raising their 5 young children together.
Jack was born, raised and lives in North Carolina. As he puts it, "Tar Hell Born, Tar Heel Raised, and when I die I’ll be Tar Heel dead!" He earned his degree in Intermediate Education from Pfeiffer College as well as a masters in Industrial Technology from North Carolina A&T State University and a masters in Education Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Before joining PASCO Jack taught middle school science and industrial technology for 24 years and spent an additional 8 years as a middle school principal.
In his spare time Jack loves to read and is a Civil War Buff.
Raulito (or Rali as he likes to be called) is one of the newest additions to the PASCO sales team, covering the Great Plains and Northeast Regions of the United States. Prior to joining PASCO, Rali graduated from California State University, Sacramento in Sacramento, CA, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences.
One of the main goals he hopes to achieve with PASCO is to put his best effort each day to ensure PASCO is in great position to build on its successes.
Rali enjoys playing basketball, sprinting, watching sports, and traveling
Isaac obtained his BS degree in Physics from Morehouse College in Atlanta GA. After graduating Isaac entered the world of financial services, working as an investment advisor. Just prior to joining PASCO he worked in marketing and advertising.
The combination of his years of sales experience and science background has greatly aided Isaac in working with educators across his territory to both understand their science technology needs and the most cost-effective way to implement solutions.
Isaac has many interests and hobbies, and is currently a budding guitarist, and avid saltwater aquarium enthusiast and a huge Iron Man fan!
Lance’s education is in chemistry, but since coming to work in sales for PASCO in 1996, he has grown to appreciate physics.
A New Englander by birth, Lance moved with his wife and daughter to California in the late 90’s and has not missed owning a snow shovel since.
When not visiting schools in northern California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington, Lance enjoys long distance motorcycle trips, the great outdoors and reading the latest “Harry Bosch” or “Jack Reacher” novels.
Rosario has a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology and over 20 years experience providing support to the clinical and industrial laboratories.
Her current role with PASCO provides her an opportunity to combine my enthusiasm for people with her passion for science.
Rosario says that science taught her that life is a learning process, which is why she tries to learn new things whenever she has a chance. She enjoys travelling, playing volleyball and badminton, and spending quality time with her family and friends.
Chris has been with PASCO for over 10 years working with both university and K-12 schools in the eastern part of the U.S.
He has a BS in Physics from Dickinson College in Pennsylvania known for developing data collection and lab apparatus for educational use in the physics classroom where he first experienced using PASCO products.
In fact, Chris' physics program was one of the very first in the country to utilize sensors, interfaces and software for use in science education. So he got into probeware on the ground floor and has continued to amass experience that helps him create solutions for schools and districts.
He is an avid cyclist and enjoys spending time with his new baby daughter, Alexandria.
Julie's lifelong love of science led her to Benedictine University where she received a B.S. in Molecular Biology and later Purdue University where she received a research-based M.S. in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology.
Julie decided that after several years of research, she wanted to venture out of the lab and became a college instructor. Julie’s passion for teaching transpired at various Chicago and Cleveland area schools and for ten years prior to coming to PASCO, she taught Allied Health and Pre-Professional students.
At PASCO, she still gets to enjoy working with professors, teachers, and administrators while incorporating science technology into the classroom.
In her free time she enjoys cooking for her large family as well as running the occasional 5K.
JP has spent 30 years in K-20 education as a teacher, professor, administrator, and most recently the Director of K-20 STEM Education for the State of Florida. With degrees in chemistry and physics and advanced degrees in polymer chemistry and education, Dr. Keener has diligently supported administrators, teachers and students in their educational endeavors and recently facilitated the development and implementation of the newly adopted Florida Computer Science Standards. As a STEM specialist, JP has assisted in the development of Department of Defense (DODEA) STEM schools in Korea and Japan, and has been instrumental in the implementation of programs overseas to assist military personnel in their quest to become teachers.
Originally from Pennsylvania, JP now lives in Ft. Lauderdale Florida and enjoys the outdoor opportunities to bike, hike, and dive the coral reefs in the Florida Keys. JP considers himself to be an environmental educator and volunteers his time to help students better understand the delicate relationships between the Florida ecosystems.
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Richard holds a Bachelor of Science and a Masters in Secondary Science Education from the University of Florida. Richard brought 10 years of experience teaching science prior to joining PASCO, which includes AP Physics, Physical Science and Chemistry at the high school level. During his tenure as a teacher he was recognized as teacher of the year in his district for providing innovative techniques using technology toward teaching physics and physical science. In his time off, Richard enjoys golfing and attending University of Florida football games when they are in season, Go Gators!
Hours: (Pacific time zone)
Mon-Thurs: 7:00 a.m - 4:30 p.m.
Fri: 7:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m.
1-877-373-0300 (inside US)
916-462-8383 (outside US)
10101 Foothills Blvd.