Women Founders in STEM: Their Triumphs, Challenges, and Opportunity Forecast

  • 2450 Alumni Drive Raleigh, NC, 27606 United States

Four wonderful women owners who have built a company in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) are ready to share their business insights with YOU.

According to the American Association of University Women, “the cures for the world’s most pressing ills — environmental, economic and technological — will be envisioned and built by people in engineering and computing.” Yet women make up only 12 percent of engineers and 26 percent of computing professionals. It is crucial that women’s perspectives are heard in building our future and solving these global challenges.

Women founders in STEM are leading the way, and their insights about breaking into these important but traditionally male-dominated industries can be helpful for all women business owners. This luncheon will feature:

Dr. Ann Black, ImmunoRegeants

Moni Singh, STEM for Kids

Sepi Saidi, Sepi Engineering

Dr. Bahby Banks, Pillar Consulting

Don't miss this chance to hear their triumphs, challenges, and forecasts, and to add your voice to the important discussion about supporting women and women business owners in STEM.