OS2 Project




Frederick Moore

is the cofounder and managing partner of PotentSci. He is a native of Fairfield, California, and an optimistic survivor by nature. After experiencing frustration with his elemen-tary and high school education, he began his pursuit of academic excellence at Solano Community College. Thereafter, Dr. Moore attended the University of California, Berkeley, and obtained his BA degree in genetics with honors in 1996, and graduated from the University of California, San Francisco, with a PhD in the field of human reproductive genetics in 2002. Dr. Moore is passionate about helping people reach their highest potential, both mentally and spiritually. Dr. Moore also serves as the Director of the Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program at City College of San Francisco.


Cheryl Schwab

is an assessment and evaluation specialist who is passionate about helping others to design quality assessments and to interpret assessment results. She earned an undergraduate degree in microbiology from Iowa State University, before joining the Peace Corps Swaziland where she taught biology and chemistry. After her service she attended the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, to earn her master’s degree in education. As a high school science teacher she struggled with how to assess her students’ scientific knowledge. She returned to graduate school at the University of California, Berkeley, where she was a National Science Foundation (NSF) Evaluation fellow and earned a Ph.D. in Education. From there, Cheryl has supported researchers and educators at all levels of STEM education to understand and frame assessment.


Whitney Moore

is a San Francisco State graduate, who studied Business Administration with an emphasis in Global Marketing from the College of Business. Joining the team as a Project Management Intern, she focuses on the design and website maintenance for OS2 Project. Whitney is aspiring to learn more about brand strategy and how to build a well-defined company that can connect to others’ needs and emotions.