Rosemary Aguilar serves on the High-Tech High Heels Education Committee. She is currently director of the Infinity Project, a national engineering education program for secondary schools in the Caruth Institute for Engineering Education, Lyle School of Engineering at Southern Methodist University where she has worked for 14 years. Ms. Aguilar works with leading university engineering professors, industry experts and educators to develop project-based engineering curricula designed to inspire middle school and high school students to pursue STEM related fields of study. She is also responsible for the delivery of professional development institutes and creation of instructional support materials that enables math, science, and technology educators to implement engineering education successfully into their classrooms.Previously, Ms. Aguilar managed technical training and documentation functions for Nortel Network and Samsung Telecommunications. She started her career teaching Mathematics and Computer Science in the public schools. She is a graduate of Leadership North Texas and Leadership America and over the years has volunteered and served on various boards such as American Association of University Women, Hispanic Women’s Network – Dallas Chapter, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas and DFW Technology Education Council.