From the Web: Girl Scouts Inspire the Next-Generation in STEM

The STEM Pledge Girl Scouts of the United States of America are about more than just cookies! The nonprofit builds girls’ courage, confidence and character through a variety of hands-on activities, and it recently launched a STEM-focused initiative… Read More

From the Web: Women Cracked Wartime Codes. They Can Fix Tech Today, Too.

  Female coders’ contribution to ending World War II has gone long unappreciated, but Liza Mundy’s Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II brings to the forefront the stories of… Read More

From the Web: How More Women Can Get to the Top

Article being featured is Harvard Business Review’s “We Interviewed 57 Female CEOs to Find Out How More Women Can Get to the Top” (2017) Many companies are lacking gender diversity in the senior-most levels, with only 6.4% of… Read More

From the Web: How the Shalane Effect Works

On November 5, 2017, Shalane Flanagan was the first American woman in 40 years to win the New York City Marathon. Although this 26.2-mile course was an individual-runner event, Shalane was not alone as she crossed the finish line. In 2009, she began… Read More

From the Web: Diversity in STEM – Important for Society, Good for Business

Dr. Patty Lopez, a first-generation college student and owner of seven technical patents, was interviewed by Carol J. Carter, HuffPost Contributor, on how diversity in STEM is important for society and good for business, saying the more diverse the workforce, the more ways a… Read More