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Women Leaders Advancing STEM Opportunities for Girls

Thu., March 07, 2024, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Join this special Women’s History Month event to discover how accomplished district leaders have developed key strategies and programs to address opportunity gaps for girls in STEM. The discussion will examine challenges that have previously hindered STEM participation for girls and explore effective initiatives to bridge these gaps.

Attendees will walk away with: 

  • Actionable measures to identify and mitigate common barriers for girls in STEM   
  • Successful interventions and best practices that empower girls and proactively engage them in STEM learning 
  • New approaches to promote a more accessible, equitable, and inclusive future in STEM 

Don’t miss your chance to shape this transformative narrative to ensure every K-12 student has access and opportunities to thrive in STEM. 

Speakers
Dr. Elizabeth Alvarez
Superintendent, Forest Park School District
Dr. Monique Darrisaw-Akil
Superintendent of Schools at Uniondale Union Free School District
Susan Warner
Vice President, Community Engagement at MasterCard, Founder of Girls4Tech 
Moderator
Dr. Karen Beerer
Senior Vice President, Discovery Education

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