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Women Leaders

Mason Science Women Leaders in STEM

An organization of undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and faculty committed to inform, empower, and support women throughout their professional STEM journeys.

Women Leaders

Mentorship Series: Start the mentor matching process

On Friday, February 23, at 3 p.m., join the Women Leaders in STEM to start your mentor matching process. Over the course of this semester, Women Leaders in STEM will offer a series of mentorship workshops to help you learn ways to describe yourself and your value in a positive, powerful way and create a community in which everyone can thrive.  This is a learning experience for all identities and members of our Mason Science community. 

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Why join?

The Mason Science Women Leaders in STEM provides the opportunity to:

  • Grow your mentoring network
  • Explore professional development resources and training
  • Strengthen your community of support

Faculty and Staff Committee Members

  • Taylor Anderson, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Geoinformation Science
  • Tina Bell, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, STEM Accelerator 
  • Barney Bishop, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
  • Paula Danquah-Brobby, Director of Access, Justice Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, College of Science
  • Megan Erb, Associate Professor, Associate Chair, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry 
  • Carissa Hunter, Academic and Student Affairs Coordinator, College of Science
  • Rebecca Jones, Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Chair of Faculty, STEM Accelerator
  • Kelly Knight, Associate Professor, Forensic Science Program, STEM Accelerator, FOCUS Director
  • Tracy Mason, Assistant Dean, Strategic Communications and Marketing
  • Ferah Munshi, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy

Interested in joining? Please complete the form below.

Name (first and last)