Jeri-Ashley DeLeon Bremer is an educator, currently serving her community in the heart of the west side of San Antonio. She graduated from St. Mary's University in 2011 with her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a minor in Women's Studies. In 2016, she received her Master of Science in Education from Johns Hopkins University. Her passion for education began when she moved to New York in 2012 for City Year, a volunteer program, where she served as an AmeriCorps Member at a high school in Queens.
Following that experience, she served as an AmeriCorps Member for The After School Corporation in Brooklyn and Teach For America in Hawaii and San Antonio. It was during this time that her love for education fused with a new-found love of STEM and breaking down societal and cultural norms about what it means to be "good" at STEM. Presently, she works as an Instructional Coach at Brentwood STEAM School of Innovation, in Edgewood ISD, where she supports both students and teachers in redefining what STEAM means for their community.