STEM Beyond Stereotypes: Celebrating Women in STEM

In the world of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), women have made remarkable contributions, breaking barriers and shattering stereotypes along the way. Despite historical underrepresentation, these trailblazing women have overcome challenges and emerged as role models, inspiring future generations to pursue their passions in STEM fields.

This article highlights extraordinary women who have excelled in their respective STEM disciplines. From groundbreaking discoveries to innovative research and leadership roles, these women have proven that gender is not a barrier to success in STEM. Their accomplishments serve as a powerful reminder that talent, perseverance, and determination know no bounds.

Together, let us celebrate these exceptional women who are reshaping the landscape of STEM and paving the way for a future where stereotypes have no place.

Lynne Kimmich

Jennifer White | The MJW Group

Jennifer genuinely enjoys helping B2B Clients solve their lingering problems with Analytical, yet Creative and Innovative Solutions. She has a passion for helping Teams transform their Businesses with Quality, Service, and Delivery standards to achieve higher profits. Also, she has mastered creating efficient Processes while increasing visibility in Performance Optimization through Data. Over the last decade-plus, she has supported various Projects in the Manufacturing, Operations, IT, Program/Project Management, and Supply Chain functions. Jennifer has a degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Central Florida and holds an MBA in General Management from Troy University Atlanta.

Lynne Kimmich

Tami Fitzpatrick | Entropy Technology Design

Tami Fitzpatrick is founder and CEO of Entropy Technology Design. Entropy is a Florida certified Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) and Department of Defense contractor. Their patented NIMBUS™ threat detection technology leverages VLF (Very Low Frequency) smart sensors, software and an AI platform to create new and untapped data fields to provide advance warning and protection against natural and manmade threats such as weaponized drones, infrastructure safety, and other security and public safety threats.