ReBekha Lulu was born in Boise, Idaho and graduated from Idaho City High School in 2005. After a series of adventures, including teaching overseas with the JET Program in Okinawa, she returned to Idaho to begin her formal teaching career. In 2014, she began teaching sixth-grade self-contained classes in her hometown of Idaho City and her role evolved throughout the years as her passion for STEM education grew. In 2021, she took over the role of STEM Specialist and continued on the STEM leadership team as STEM Coordinator to pursue STEM certification and designation for Basin Elementary School. In 2022, ReBekha graduated from BSU with a Masters in Educational Leadership.
During the 2022-2023 school year, her role continued to evolve as Assistant Principal in the middle and high school while continuing as STEM Specialist in the elementary school. Her passion for STEM education has helped drive the progression of STEM education at Basin School District. Transitioning to the SWISH Regional HUB Coordinator for the Idaho EcosySTEM is a natural progression of her passions and leadership, and she is sincerely looking forward to working with the schools, organizations, employers, partners, and communities across Region 3.