Empowering educators to inspire the next generation of innovators.


“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow
belongs to those who prepare for it today”

– Malcolm X

STEAM Innovation is a science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) company designed and created to expose children of color to STEAM. The mission of the company is to ensure that STEAM is readily available to all children in Pre-K and elementary school.

At STEAM Innovation, our mission is to provide high-quality STEAM education resources and programs to daycares, elementary schools, and nonprofits. We believe that every child should have access to hands-on, interactive learning experiences that foster curiosity, creativity, and innovation.

By partnering with educators and community organizations, we aim to equip the next generation of leaders with skills and knowledge they need to tackle real-world challenges and drive positive change in their communities and beyond.



STEAM Innovation was created by Jasmine Carroll, a mother of four who has a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership. Dr. Carroll has been in the educational sector for over a decade and her passion lies in creating future innovators and leaders who are not only confident but know their self-worth.

According to The Department of Education, a sense of belonging in a rich and rigorous classroom is directly correlated to students’ long-term academic success. Moreover, the Department’s Civil Rights Data Collection continues to demonstrate that students of color and students with disabilities are disproportionately excluded from learning opportunities in STEM.

Dr. Carroll wants to ensure that ALL children have the same opportunity to be exposed to STEAM, regardless of race, gender, socioeconomics, or disabilities. Over the years Dr. Carroll has witnessed students becoming more confident, while their academics and critical thinking skills improved. She understands the benefits of implementing STEAM early in a child’s life and wants to ensure that no child is left behind.