Intersectionality is a way of recognizing and affirming all of the groups that WOC belong to and that influence their experiences within and outside of the profession.
Lived experiences shape how WOC navigate the world through intersectional identities that require the need for the removal of barriers to achieve equitable access, advancement, and retention in technical fields.
Primary focus includes, but is not limited to: Latina/Hispanic, Black/African American, Native American/American Indian/Alaskan Native, and Asian/Pacific Islander/Asian American/Native Hawaiian.
Dayna Martínez, PhD
Heather Metcalf, PhD
Stephani Page, PhD
Roberta Rincon, PhD
Tiffany Smith, PhD
Rochelle L. Williams, PhD
How can my organization join the collaborative?
If you are interested in joining the collaborative, reach out to us on our contact form and let us know that you'd like to get involved. We'd love to hear from you.
How can I recommend someone for the Inspiring Leaders series?
Do you know of an inspiring Woman of Color in engineering? We would love to hear her story. Reach out to us on our contact form tell us about this inspiring leader.
Where can I recommend a resource for the Resource Center?
At this time, we are only listing resources from our member organizations. If you have any questions, please reach out to us on our contact form.