You are invited to join us as we present Dr. Camille Wardrop Alleyne, Deputy Project Manager for NASA’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services. She also is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and global education advocate, rocket designer, and space scientist. Her expertise includes aerospace and space technology development, and space vehicle design. Additionally, Dr. Alleyne founded The Brightest Stars Foundation, an organization working to create the next generation of female scientists, engineers, technologists, and explorers. She will present the current global statistics of women in STEM; some of barriers that prevent women and girls from pursuing these fields; and finally, some of the steps that can be taken to encourage and promote women in STEM fields.
Dr. Alleyne has a deep commitment to being of service and making a difference in the lives of young people all across the world, and as a result, has been and continues to be in a unique position to create immense change through her expertise in STEM, advocacy for global education, especially with regards to girls. She is a leading advocate for creating the next generation of female scientists, engineers, technologist and explorers - work she does through her Brightest Stars Foundation.
This program is offered in collaboration with the U.S. Embassy Stockholm, United Spaces and Four PR.