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STEM Education

Biomedical Engineering Graduate Researcher Taylor Walker

“The most important step, especially for women of color, is to draw on your resources, especially ones geared toward underrepresented communities. That’s where you can find your support base, find people and groups that really do want to see you shine.“

Science Communicator Stephany Lowe

“Engaging people in conversation about science and seeing the wonder in their expressions when they talk about science. It reminds me of hope and possibility. It is really cool to hear people get excited about science.”

Nike Software Engineer Aisha Jackson

“But, throughout the process, trust yourself, because whatever you need to know to accomplish the task at hand is already within you.”