When I think of famous women in STEM, Marie Curie immediately comes to mind, but I can’t think of too many after that. For a girl to succeed in STEM fields, she needs support and she needs role models.
These six women are currently working in STEM fields ranging from outer-space to the science lab and even into the White House.
“Environmental challenges have the power to deny equality of opportunity and hold back the progress of communities.”– Lisa P. Jackson
- Lisa P. Jackson is a chemical engineer who has devoted her life to protecting the environment as both a woman in STEM and politics. She worked at the EPA for sixteen years before joining the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, and worked on land management rights. She became the Commissioner of Environmental Protection for New Jersey and focused on making sure generally ignored and disenfranchised communities had…
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