Carroll G. Lamb is the executive director of The Institute of Black Invention & Technology. Carroll has a career of nearly 30 years in human resources management. He was also a professional photographer for several years. He holds a master’ s degree in cultural anthropology from the University of Massachusetts and a bachelor’s degree in economics and history from Howard University.
Sandra P. Lamb is the director of educational programming. She has more than 30 years’ experience in the field of early childhood education as a teacher, CDA advisor, Head Start Director, and early childhood consultant. She has also been an adjunct professor at Wheelock College and taught in the Early Childhood Departments at UMASS/Amherst, Springfield Technical Community College, and Central Connecticut State University. She designed the institute’s workshop for pre-school and kindergarten educators on integrating Black inventors into the curriculum. She also wrote the handbook for the workshop entitled “Incorporating the Inventions of Black Inventors through PLAY.” Sandra holds a master’s degree in early childhood education from the University of Massachusetts and a bachelor’s degree in social studies from Emporia State University.