Stephanie has been living the ‘lack of women in STEM issue’ her entire life. She started as a programmer, coding business operations software, and grew her career from there. After earning a senior-level position at Accenture, she took on the technical challenge of building the Transportation Security Administration’s identity management systems.
Given her own experiences, Stephanie has decided to pursue her passion to build the next generation of women leaders in STEM -- both to increase opportunities for individual women and to strengthen global innovation. She believes that by designing experiences for non-technical girls at ages when they are discovering their identities, she can equip them with skills, vocabulary, and community to build their courage to pursue STEM further.
Stephanie earned her MBA from the MIT Sloan Fellows Program and holds a BS in Management Information Systems from Bowling Green State University.
March 13th, 2019 | 40 mins 46 secs
Stephanie Rowe, the founder and CEO of Juelez, joins the panel to talk about getting girls involved in STEM. Conversations around topics such as designing into motivation, how parents can help, and gender ensue.