Amanda Henry, a STEM professional, gives 5 steps on navigating ‘intersectionality’ for career success

STEM-gap-intersectionality My own “eureka” moment about the challenges I face as both a woman and a minority in the STEM fields did not come until I began to read more about women in other industries.

UCLA law professor Kimberlé Crenshaw coined the term “intersectionality” in 1989 to describe how various forms of oppression, domination, or discrimination are interconnected and cannot be analyzed separately. This idea perfectly sums up my own experiences in pursuing a STEM education and...

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