FEATURE: Using STEM to Grow and Blossom

by | Jul 26, 2021 | Current Issue, Feature Story, Jul/Aug 21 | 0 comments

The number of women pursuing careers in STEM, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, is on the rise and San Antonio is home to a stellar line-up of women making names for themselves in the field. Despite working in different tech niches, they all share a lifelong love of learning, as well as persistence, resilience and a knack for seeing solutions where others see problems. Another commonality? They all had someone in their corner, encouraging and nurturing their STEM path. Now they’re all paying it forward to help young women find their own STEM success.

By Dawn Robinette

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Alejandra Zertuche
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Monica Simpson
Senior Pricing Analyst
Booz Allen Hamilton
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Tiffany Tremont
President & CEO

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Dawn Robinette
Contributing Writer
Dawn Robinette is an award-winning writer and communications expert based in San Antonio who enjoys finding new discoveries, revisiting old favorites and telling stories. Selected as a local expert by the San Antonio River Walk Association, she regularly writes for San Antonio Woman and Rio Magazine. You can also read more of her work at Alamo City Moms Blog.


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