Building Opportunity in STEM for Girls | Jacqueline Means
“STEM Queen” Jacqueline Means, 17-year-old founder of the Wilmington Urban STEM Initiative, talks about building opportunity for girls through STEM education. Jacqueline grew up in the high-poverty Southbridge neighborhood of Wilmington and is currently a senior at the Delaware Military Academy. She has been featured on The Today Show, Access Hollywood, The Q, and TedX for her work engaging girls in science, technology, engineering and math.
Our nine-episode Building Opportunity in Delaware podcast series focuses on how can we build opportunity and strengthen community for all. DCF President & CEO Stuart Comstock-Gay talks with Delawareans who are building opportunity through the arts, faith communities, libraries and everything in between.