Women in STEM: Mae Jemison, Physician, Astronaut, Chemical Engineer and STEM HERO

As the first African-American woman in space, Mae Jemison  orbited the Earth on the Space Shuttle Endeavor on September 12, 1992. Since then she continues to inspire a new generation of not only Girls in STEM, but children of all ages and backgrounds. 

Read more about this amazing woman in this Huffington Post article: Mae Jemison: Diversity in STEM isn't a Nicety it's a Necessity

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We need to prepare our kids to not just survive, but thrive.
— Mae Jemison