Stories to Inspire & Inform STEM + Women in their Careers
Malika Grayson is the last person you think would suffer from imposter syndrome. She’s a mechanical engineer, author and STEM activist. Her mission is to cancel imposter syndrome for good.
Make time for gut checks, pretend you’re the CEO and question the supremacy of technology. These are just some of the insightful tips Alana Karen shares in this TARATALK. Alana, who is the Director of Search Platforms at Google is an author and a history major turned tech leader.
Dr. Korie Grayson learned two lessons you won’t find in an engineering textbook: Set boundaries and put yourself first. There isn’t a rigorous self-care formula to follow; it’s something that you adlib, and your ability to set boundaries evolves with time.
Never underestimate the power that one person has to change your life and your career path—even if it takes them less than 10 words to do so. Who was the one woman who inspired Susan to make a big move?
Yumiko Damashek says that she’s never been afraid to take career risks and that she’s a natural people magnet. Part of that is her personality, but what is her other secret power?
STEM Champion Prasha Dutra sidestepped a career crisis and is now in love with being an engineer, podcaster and STEM coach. What changed her mind and saved her from being lost to the “leaky pipe”?
The day Nevin Sant told her father that her career path didn’t involve going to medical school was the first time she saw him cry. Her becoming a doctor was their dream, but it wasn’t hers.