September 22, 2021
Women to Watch - Class of 2021
Women under 40 who have made significant accomplishments in their STEM fields.
Alexis McComas, The Hershey Company
Ashmika Snyder, Capital BlueCross
Cami Grimm, Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz
Casara Kieffer, Orrstown Bank
Elizabeth Dang, The GIANT Company
Jennifer Moss, Penn State College of Medicine
Bitsy McCann, Bitsy Plus Design
Melinda Watkins, Harrisburg City School District
A woman who serves as an advocate for women and girls and has aided them to excel in STEM.
Adrienne Burns, Central Dauphin School District
Women who have made an impact in their STEM field with an emphasis on inspiring others.
Shou Ling Leong, Penn State Health, Penn State College of Medicine
Elizabeth Proctor, Penn State Health, Penn State College of Medicine
Women Breaking Barriers
Women who utilize their position/expertise to engage a diverse community and break down barriers.
Holly Evans, Evans Engineering Inc.
Winnie Okello, Young Professionals of Color, Harassment & Assault Reporting Platform, and PennDOT
Champion - Organization
A company that provides initiatives to support the advancement of women in STEM.
Harrisburg University as Champion Organization
Champion - Individual
A person that supports the advancement of women in STEM.
Jess Meyers, The JEM Group as Champion Person
A young female student making strides in her STEM education.
Neha Shukla, Cumberland Valley High School
A woman who has demonstrated superior leadership and has a significant track record of long-term achievements/accomplishments in STEM.
Carrie Williams, Hershey’s Ice Cream
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For more information about Whitaker Center’s Women in STEM Awards Program contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow the movement on social media and share moments of your own using the #iempoweredagirl hashtag.