“In my class, my students are 'melaninated mathematicians.' I build love of their identity while also teaching them math.”
“To all my fellow women, especially my fellow Black and Latina queens, continue your dreams no matter who tells you otherwise.”
“We must shine a light on the knowledge that African American women bring to STEM, and model for young ladies that STEM ca be vast and diverse.”
“I desire to leave a legacy with emphasis on a personal, yet informative, subject matter (kidney disease) that often goes unnoticed. “
“A family member shared with me that she was a civil engineer and my high school teacher both became engineers. Both of them were black females and I felt that if they could do it, so could I."