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Raylene Deck Sep 15
This was me at 14 yrs old, playing Wolfenstein, teaching myself HTML to create anime websites and roleplaying in Yahoo chat. ~20 yrs later, here is me, on Bungie's game design page (come work with me!), creating worlds and leading teams. You can too.
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Halo Sep 10
From Dr. Halsey and Cortana to Bonnie and the 343 Industries team, Halo wouldn’t exist without women and STEM.
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Bonnie Ross Nov 8
Happy , , Inspire, support, and mentor our future creators!
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Stina Börchers 🇸🇪🇩🇪 Feb 11
Happy International Girls and Women in STEM day! Which women in science inspired you the most?
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Lisa Seacat DeLuca Nov 14
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STEM Queen Dec 20
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Bonnie Burton Sep 21
From being 11 and competing in MLG tournaments, to working for Bungie as a QA Lead - I’m sharing a little bit about my journey here:
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Lauren Uhlean Sep 19
Just a Mechanical Engineering student hoping to change the world someday
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Kari Sep 17
I had dreams as a kid. I wanted to change the world. Video Games helped me through difficult times and now I help build them so others may find the same connection I did. ❤️ Nominated by
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Ana Hentze Sep 16
This was me at age 6. Now, I'm a technology architect at IBM. If you're a post a picture of yourself then and now to show girls if they can see it and dream it, they can be it.
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IBM Research Oct 3
Then: Lisa Amini age 2, dreaming of becoming an astronaut. Now: She is a Distinguished Engineer & Lab Director of IBM Research Cambridge, exploring and creating next-gen AI/ML capabilities, and chairing the first AI Research Week.
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If/Then May 21
IF/THEN is looking for ambassadors to inspire the next generation of STEM stars. Tag a friend in for a chance to win an t-shirt! 👕 Rock the shirt, rock the world.
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IIT Kanpur Feb 11
Feb11 is recognized as the International Day of Women & Girls in Science. On this occasion, IITK celebrates its female faculty in science, who are heading National Centres, working on cutting edge research & all in all, being an inspiration to so many!
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IBM Oct 11
"You can't be what you can't see." If we want girls to succeed in STEM, we have to show them it’s possible. Watch CEO Ginni Rometty's story: 📽:
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Dr. Fadji Maina Dec 27
Dr Mindaoudou, PhD in Physics, is President of Atomic Energy council . We talked about science, with technical words 😎, she is so knowledgeable😍. I was so impressed by the work she is doing. She is thinking about the future of Niger 😍
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dailySTEM Sep 11
Have you seen the videos? Quick. Powerful. Inspiring.
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Helen Pritchard Jun 19
Replying to @StOswaldsCE
Madeleine loved this STEM challenge.
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Melody Sep 14
As a kid, I was playing on consoles. As of now, I’ve worked on shipping three. I love being a software engineer at 🖤
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Shelbee Eigenbrode Sep 19
Thanks for the photo challenge & inspiring young girls as part of the campaign ! This is me at 7 - a girl that apparently loved ET and IT :). 21 years in IT - from COBOL to Solutions Architect - I continue to love tech & innovation
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Electric Girls 3h
First round applications for our new Executive Director is open through June 28! To learn more and apply:
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