Aarushi Govil is an alumna of the Women in STEM Policy Seminar, externed for Women in Global Policy, and interned during the Women in Science and Health Innovation Seminar. She is a chemical engineering student at Rutgers University, and will graduate in May 2022
Lauren Gulbicki is a current sophomore at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY. She is majoring in Neuroscience with minors in Public Health and African Studies. On campus, she is an active member of her school’s PLEN organization and various environmental advocacy groups. She attended the Women in STEM Policy seminar in January 2020.
Valery Tabraj-Huaccachi attended the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar. She goes to Washington College in Maryland and will graduate in May 2022. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/valery-tabraj
Sandria Tran attended the 2019 Women in STEM Seminar and was inspired by the students' passions, ambition, and intellectual discussions.
At PLEN, McKenzie was inspired to continue to pave the way for future generations of women.
Nga Man Cheng left the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar with a better understanding of how she can work in the government with an engineering degree.
At the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar, Morgan learned the importance of following her interests, and not just what she thinks she's supposed to do.
I had the honor and pleasure of attending the Women in STEM Policy seminar in January 2018. The timing could not have been more perfect for me, as I had just finished the first semester of my sophomore year and was feeling more confused than ever about what I wanted to do with my life. … Continue reading The Career Journey is Just as Important as the Destination
Now the Chief of Staff of NYU's Wagner School, Christina wouldn't have followed her career in public service if she hadn't attended PLEN.
At the Women in STEM Policy seminar, Rabia Osman met two mentors that continue to support her path in cyber law and policy.