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Black Leaders in STEM Panel

Pathways to STEM careers. Overcoming obstacles to achieve goals. Different STEM college programs. Visions for the future of STEM.

These were just some of the topics tackled by panelists at this week’s “Black Leaders in STEM” event hosted by AMSA. Students from Marlborough High School, Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, and AMSA attended via Zoom.

The event was sponsored by the Marlborough STEM Council, a group composed of representatives from the three high schools, founded by AMSA Community Outreach Mgr. Mr. Vital. Watch the event here:

Thank you to the panelists:

Gabby Cotman, Quality Engineer, Boston Scientific

Alejo Lifschitz, Senior Scientist, DuPont

Leonard Robinson, Lead Manufacturing Engineer, Cytiva

And big thanks to Margo Wilson, Lead Teacher in Culinary Arts, Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, for serving as moderator!

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