From where does it STEM?
My goal is to empower women, youth, first-generation, low-income, LGBQT+, neurodiverse, and BIPOC students interested in science. A lot of what people see are the successes of scientists rather than their failures. In each episode, I interview scientists from various backgrounds and ask about their endeavors, experiences, journeys, and growth that propelled them to be where they’re at. This is a great way to "humanize" STEM, do science outreach, and make science accessible to the general public.