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How Curiosity Leads To a Rewarding Career with Jessica Autrey

Jessica Autrey is the Business Development Lead with AT&T Foundry For Connected Health. Jessica shares how she was able to combine her love of education, technology, and health into a successful career. In this episode we discuss: The joint venture between AT&T Foundry Sponsored by Halliburton. For more information visit


Helping Corporations Overcome Multigenerational Challenges with Institutional Knowledge with Tonya Chatton Jordan

Tonya Chatton Jordan is the Senior Counsel of Labor Employment at Conoco Phillips. Tonya's primary responsibility at ConocoPhillips is to advise the company's executive leadership, business unit managers/supervisors, and human resource professionals on labor and employment law matters. In this episode we discuss: For more episodes visit


Creating Emotional Intelligence Among Your Team with MarCia Ekworomadu

MarCia Ekworomadu is an executive project manager at an academic medical center. In this episode we discuss: For more episodes visit


Defining Your Path to Forensic Pathology with Dr. Joye Carter

Dr. Joye Carter is a board certified forensic pathologist and the first African-American to be appointed a Chief Medical Examiner in the history of the United States. Dr. Carter has worked as the deputy Chief Medical Examiner of the Armed Forces Medical Examiner Department, Chief Medical Examiner of the District of Columbia, and Chief Medical Examiner of Harris County (Houston), Texas. Now she adds another first as the first African-American and female to be appointed as the Chief...


Insuring Your Legacy with Charles Samuel

Charles Samuel serves as Regional Director, Annuity Distribution, AIG Financial Distribution, the life and retirement services business of American International Group, Inc. (AIG). In this role, he is responsible for driving sales results through the sales team and independent distribution partners. Additionally, Charles develops and delivers sales concepts and strategies that maximize productivity, while improving overall core selling skills for agents, wire house financial advisors and...


The Power Advocate with Ivette Mayo

After a 25 year corporate career, Ivette Mayo launched into entrepreneurship by starting Yo Soy I Am, LLC, training and consulting firm. She helps organizations and people find the skills they need to grow. In this episode we discuss: For more information on Ivette Mayo visit For more information on CSTEM visit


From Intern to Energy Trader with Miara Shaw

Miara Shaw’s corporate career spans over 25 years with 15 of those years spent as a natural gas trader at some of the nations largest oil companies. Miara has taken her extensive corporate experience and transitioned to professional speaker, coach and consultant. In this episode we discuss: Contact Miara Shaw: https://miarashaw.com For more information on STEMCAST visit


The Gifted Storyteller with Gregg Korrol

Gregg Korrol works in the field of education, with over 20 years experience as a teacher and administrator in NYC. He has received numerous awards and accolades as a leader in his field, and sat on various advisory teams for top education officials. Utilizing his degree in Psychology from StonyBrook University and certification in Strategic Intervention in coaching, Gregg’s focus is on helping people see empowering meaning in the present moment and seize the opportunity to create lasting...


The Spirit of Market Leadership with Tejuana Edmond

Tejuana Edmond is the Vice President & Market Leader, Oil & Gas - North America for Bureau Veritas. Edmond studied Chemical Engineering at the University of Texas Austin and received her MBA from the University of Houston Clear Lake. In this episode Tejuana discusses: For more information visit


The History of Sports with Dr. Damion Thomas

Dr. Damion Thomas is the Curator of Sports at the National Museum of African American History and Culture and the author of Globetrotting: African American Athletes and Cold War Politics. In this episode we discuss: For more information visit the Smithsonian Campaign. To catch all the episodes of STEMCAST subscribe on iTunes, iHeartRadio or Stitcher. Visit our website


Curating Art & STEM with Evelyn C. Hankins

Evelyn C. Hankins is the curator of the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden located in Washington D.C. She earned her bachelor’s degree in art history from UC Santa Barbara, and her master’s and PhD degrees from Stanford University. About Hirshhorn Museum: The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden is a leading voice for contemporary art and culture and provides a national platform for the art and artists of our time. We seek to share the transformative power...


Creating Opportunities in the Newsroom with Brittaney Wilmore

Brittaney Wilmore is a news producer at KHOU-TV, the CBS affiliate in Houston, TX. She produces the 5-6am of the morning show. In addition, she is a journalist with CultureMap. In this episode we discuss: How preparation led her to being a news producer?The importance of adding value to your team.Becoming patient and overcoming challenges when told no.Leveraging the Internet to gain experience for your career. Recommended Books: APA Style GuideBroadcast Journalism Street Smarts: The...


LaToia A. Jones for DNC Vice Chair

Georgia-raised and Chicago-born, LaToia A. Jones is a Democrat, organizer, community leader, activist & strategist. Her purpose and drive have always been to be the most effective public servant possible. In most cases, this meant behind-the-scenes roles and learning from impactful servant leaders. LaToia is currently the Assistant Director for the Human Rights and Community Relations Department at the American Federation of Teachers where she coordinates, trains and connects members on...


Medicine & Media with Dr. Renee Matthews

Dr. Renee Matthews has appeared on television shows such as, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Roland Martin’s NewsOne Now (TVOne) and WGN-TV’s People to People where she discussed different health topics. She started her media career with her own radio show on ReachMD, a medical broadcast network for health professionals. In addition, Dr. Renee has been a featured medical correspondent on SiriusXM’s Sway in the Morning and WVON (“The Voice of A Nation”). Dr. Renee is a contributing writer for...


Save A Girl, Save A World with Glenda Gill, Machelle Williams, & Aisha Habeeb

Save A Girl, Save A World is a nonprofit organization focusing on four pillars, wealth, life skills, careers and health & wellness, our mission is to provide education and awareness by sharing successful life experiences through mentoring that brings together several generations of young girls and women whose life experiences transcend time. Through these mentor relationships we: • Ensure that young girls are equipped with a healthy self-image to contribute to social importance and...


Winning Not Just Succeeding In Life with Stephen Rivers

Stephen Rivers obtained a BS in Computer Engineering from the University of South Carolina, Stephen has continued to excel in his field of endeavor. He is currently working for ExxonMobil as a Global Application Technology Leader in Alarm Management. CSTEM has proven to be a vital part of his work and knows that it is a must to be successful in any career. In this episode Stephen discusses: Learn more than anyone else that is competing with you at this time, about the particular thing...


Healing Arts with Mimi Percell

A veteran communications consultant, for more than 20 years, Mimi’s has developed and implemented programs that inform and educate communities on quality of life issues that concern water quality, transportation of people and goods, community planning, air and environmental quality. Today, she educates her clients about the benefits of massage therapy to improve circulation, reduce pain, balance muscles, and provide overall relaxation. Mimi’s journey to the healing arts was inspired by...


Save A Girl, Save The World with Dr. Julianne Malveaux

Dr. Julianne Malveaux is President Emerita of Bennett College for Women. She is an economist, author and commentator who’s popular writings have appeared in USA Today, Black Issues in Higher Education, Ms.Magazine, Essence Magazine, the Progressive and many more. A committed activist and civic leader, Dr. Malveaux has held positions in women’s, civil rights, and policy organizations. Currently she serves on the boards of the Economic Policy Institute, The Recreation Wish List Committee of...


Creating Global Game Changers Through STEAM with Jacqueline Cofield

Jacqueline Cofield, founder of J Rêve International LLC, is a multi-passionate, multidisciplinary cultural creative, educator, and yogini. Cofield has traveled to nearly 60 countries, resided in eight, and is trilingual (Spanish, French). Her global work includes programs with MAPP International Productions, Paramount International TV, Columbia Pictures, The Sundance Film Festival – New Frontier, Disney Corporation, Sony Music, The Peggy Guggenheim Museum, UNESCO, Give1Project, The Chicago...


Learning In All Environments with Hanh Tran

Hanh Tran is the seventh and youngest child of Vietnamese-Chinese immigrants, was raised in Houston and learned early on to teach herself and to others to foster personal growth. She received a degree in biology from the University of Houston. Hanh Tran's work with oil on canvas is based on self-study of the human form, nature, culture and emotion. Her dedication to learning – and a hands-on approach to sharing the art experience with others – is indicative of Hanh's dedication to...


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