DescriptionWhat drives or hinders women’s achievement and preferences for STEM? It’s a complex mix, from cultural messaging and role models to care burdens and other gendered barriers. But why does a two-woman Nobel prize in STEM remain a newsworthy rarity? How has the pandemic affected girls' and women’s STEM training and careers? And how should the private sector unlock the talents of girls and women in STEM during the pandemic and beyond to address the world’s most pressing challenges?
Replay: Fireside chat with The New York Times In Her Words: Inspiring action, demanding change: gender, STEM and the pandemic
Nov 19th, 12:55 pm - 1:30 pm
The New York Times
Gender Editor at Large
Miriam Gonzalez Durantez
Inspiring Girls International
Founder and Chair
Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer...