Women and Girls at the Intersection of Innovation and Opportunity

May 1st, 2014

Lockheed Martin, Harris IT Services, The Manufacturing Institute, TV Worldwide and are kicking off the summer with a special webcast focusing on Women and Girls in STEM + the Arts. The webcast will be hosted on Wednesday, May 21st, live from the studio in Chantilly, VA at 2pm ET, with a studio audience of students from the greater DC/VA area. It will be made available for later viewing immediately following the live event.

Lockheed Martin engineer Vanessa Aponte will be among the featured panelists for this event, including Harris IT Services Director of Human Resources, Patricia Munchel; Harris IT Services Line of Business Lead & Program Manager for Health and Human Services/Clinical Research Support, Elena Byrley; Director of Communications at The Manufacturing Institute (a division of the National Association of Manufacturing), AJ Jorgenson; and Brittney Exline, the youngest African-American female computer engineer in the US.


Original Article [EICnetwork]