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Bonnie Ross Sep 13
This was me at 11, now I’m honored to lead the team that brings the Halo universe to life. I nominate to post a picture then and now to show girls if they see it, they can be it.
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haiyan zhang Sep 13
Me at age 12, an awkward shy kid who found it easier playing on her computer than talking to people. STEM has led me to a technology career where I talk to amazing people every day and invent cool gadgets to help people in need.
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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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Amber Osborne Sep 14
Growing up in Florida and being a girl who loved technology, music and books it was hard to feel like I belonged. I moved to Seattle and co-founded an A.I. software, where I became Forbes #2 Most Social CMO and currently am the CMO at a VR company .
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Stephanie Bayer Sep 14
Since I was nominated & I’m traveling, that’s my only “young” pic! I ran away at age 3 to play Pac-Man so my mom bought me an Atari to keep me at home. I’ve worked at Disney, Neversoft, BioWare, Insomniac, & now Blizzard. Video games are my life & that won’t ever stop
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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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IBM Sep 12
Interested to hear how , a Distinguished Engineer and inventor with 400 patents, started her career in STEM? Check out our Instagram story today and ask her anything.
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The Only Ghost Sep 14
The left is me at six. I channeled my passion for video games, education in interactive media, and utter persistence into a career. I'm now approaching my fifth year at Nintendo. (nominated by and nominating , , )
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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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Amber Osborne Sep 18
Today would have been my mom's birthday. She was a registered nurse and one of the first people to guide me to my interests in . I sadly lost her to lymphoma when I was eight but her influence on me has been great.
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Susanna L Harris Sep 16
It's so important to tell young women that they belong in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math! Here's my contribution to
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General Electric Sep 14
We’re encouraging women in STEM industries to share their stories to inspire girls to become the next groundbreaking scientist, head developer, rocket engineer, or Chief Technology Officer.
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meg kniskern Sep 12
Wondering who I’ll meet and recruit at this year...excited to meet more young women in technology, will it be you?
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Morgan Stanley Sep 21
Rose-Gaëlle grew up in Cameroon and now, as an Associate in Technology at Morgan Stanley, does cutting edge work on the firm’s trading systems. Read more about path to the firm here:
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Jen Crozier Sep 20
Congratulations to who has been recognized by the as a champion of Women in Business.
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Ghostie Essie Sep 16
Always loved cute characters in cartoons and video games. Studied digital arts in college, now I get to work with some of the most iconic characters in video game history at Nintendo! Nominated by , nominating
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General Electric Sep 13
, Chief Technology Officer at , is one of many women in science setting an example for a whole generation of girls.
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The Barnes Group Advisors Sep 21
This is Laura. As a kid, Laura was “too competitive” for the girls soccer team. Her Mom put her on the boys team & taught her it is OK to be a strong girl & chart your own path. 30 years later, Laura is a respected leader in . If , so can you.
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General Electric Sep 14
Chief Technology Officer for , , on how school science fairs got her started on her path in STEM.
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Karen Burg Sep 14
Growing up, see pic, I loved building things to help people. I am now a biomedical engineer, helping others to work across disciplines. I’m a professor, wife, inventor, entrepreneur, mom to 2 toddlers, “mom” to >100 undergrads and >50 grad students.
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