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Organizations thrive with greater gender diversity — enjoying greater productivity, less volatility, improved employee and customer satisfaction, and higher financial returns. Yet women are often underrepresented in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields. The Triangle is nationally recognized for its high value STEM workforce. This makes the Triangle well positioned to take advantage of a strategic opportunity to differentiate our region for women in STEM. With distinctive programs promoting inclusion and pathways to success, we aim to recruit, retain, and advance women in STEM fields in the Triangle.
Congratulations to Lucia and Daryl! We are so honored to present them the first ever TriWiSTEM Launch Award worth of $2500.
Will complete her Medical Residency Program in Internal Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine in June and will be relocating to the Triangle as she has accepted a position at Duke University Health, Office of Graduate Medical Education as a Endocrinology Fellow Physician starting in July.
quote: "Women's participation in STEM, especially in medicine, is crucial because our patients are male, female, and non-binary; why shouldn't their doctors reflect that?"
Graduating in May from NCSU with a BS in Chemical Engineering, accepted a position with Novartis Gene Therapies as a Bioprocess Engineer.
quote: " I accept this gracious award and am thankful for the support of women empowerment in STEM. It encourages confidence among women including myself and promotes learning and growth I am excited to be a part of! "