Trevonte ‘Tre’ McClain is currently completing a Master of Science degree in Internet and Web Development with sights on a Ph.D. in Engineering Education Systems and Design. Trevonte is a recipient of the Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars program and the Spirit of Service Scholars program hosted by the Pastor Center for Politics and Public Service. Trevonte is an Adjunct Professor instructing Web Development for Central Arizona College and an Instructional Assistant in the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering at Arizona State University. Trevonte operates Mighty Making ( ), a nonprofit dedicated to Family Stabilization (no matter the arrangement), assisting individuals with Adverse Childhood Experiences, and helping individuals with becoming well versed in technical and financial technological knowledge for preparation for the fourth industrial revolution and beyond. Trevonte has several years of professional experience in the Information Technology field, specializing in application creation, application troubleshooting, cyber security principles, and desktop support. Trevonte owns and operates a Multi-Media organization called Didact Tech ( ), working with clients to achieve desired success utilizing his technology background, especially with Internet Development. Trevonte assists as an Arizona Supreme Court Foster Care Review Board Member, Valley Metro Association of Black Social Workers Charter Member, APS Customer Advisory Board Member, Correctional Officer Retirement Planning Board Member, and mentors individuals on the seriousness of domestic violence through the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence organization. Trevonte dedicates his life’s work to advance the greater good and a better tomorrow for all.