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STEMming in Stilettos with Dr. Toshia

144 episodes - English - Latest episode: 9 days ago -

An entertaining and revealing podcast, highlighting some of the most badass minority women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math(STEM) today. You are going to laugh, cry, shout, be inspired, and gain new knowledge from these amazing women. Hosted by award-winning STEM advocate, educator, strategist, mechanical engineer, and motivational speaker, Dr. Natoshia Anderson (Dr. Toshia), join us for an engaging, invigorating, motivational, and inspirational journey. 

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Episodes

Meet Orietta Verdugo: Shattering the STEM Ceiling!

February 13, 2024 05:00 - 51 minutes - 35.2 MB

Episode Summary Orietta's STEM Story starts with a story about her not getting into preschool because couldn't count. But it also is a great illustration of her perseverance and her dad's love that he taught her to count. Her love of math began then and carried her through to Spain and around the world. I love that she never stopped. She is a true testament that STEM is universal and is for everyone. Orietta Verdugo Bio Orietta Verdugo is a distinguished business leader boasting two decad...

Meet Shehara Wooten, CFP: You Can Have Financial Freedom!

January 17, 2024 05:00 - 51 minutes - 35.3 MB

Welcome to 2024! Shehara's Career Transition to Financial Planning Shehara shared their educational and career journey, highlighting their struggles with reading and math that led them to a special school. Shehara's interest in problem-solving and STEM subjects led her to consider a career in accounting, but she ended up pursuing engineering. After five years of studying electrical engineering, Shehara switched careers and entered the financial services sector. Shehara's interest in persona...

Meet Angel Johnson:

November 21, 2023 05:00 - 38 minutes - 26.7 MB

Support the show You can find out more information about Dr. Toshia here: https://www.drtoshia.co STEMming in Stilettos Youtube Channel: https://youtu.be/xAc25J7UH9A

Meet Paris Berrian: Being Fearless and Following Your Dreams

November 07, 2023 05:00 - 36 minutes - 24.8 MB

Support the show You can find out more information about Dr. Toshia here: https://www.drtoshia.co STEMming in Stilettos Youtube Channel: https://youtu.be/xAc25J7UH9A

Meet Josselyne Herman-Saccio: Being Unmessablewith Part 2

October 24, 2023 04:00 - 43 minutes - 29.6 MB

We had to have a Part 2 Support the show You can find out more information about Dr. Toshia here: https://www.drtoshia.co STEMming in Stilettos Youtube Channel: https://youtu.be/xAc25J7UH9A

Meet Josselyne Herman-Saccio: Being Unmessablewith

October 10, 2023 04:00 - 57 minutes - 39.5 MB

Episode Summary This is probably the episode I'd tell you myself that you need to listen to over and over again. Josselyne brings us into her world of being unmessablewith and how she got there. It's the world we all want to live in. We get to create it and live in it yall. Its there for us if we take the steps to do the work to get there. This one is a must-listen. Josselyne Herman Saccio Bio Josselyne Herman-Saccio has been leading transformative courses for more than 30 years. She ha...

Meet Liz Chaluisant: The Work of DEI is STILL Important; Upskilling and Being Yourself

September 26, 2023 04:00 - 38 minutes - 26.6 MB

Episode Summary 1) Liz did not picture herself being a part of the Navy, but when a great opportunity came along, she didn't hesitate to take it. 2) She was told that she wouldn't make it in the Navy because she's a woman and speaks with an accent.  3) She proved that person WRONG! She's made a career in the Navy. 4) She really believes in the good work that DEI is and is working both within and outside of her organization to ensure that DEI is enacted in an authentic way that will be benefi...

Meet Meredith Broussard: Computer Science, Chat GPT, and AI

September 12, 2023 04:00 - 37 minutes - 26 MB

Episode Summary Meredith Broussard is a computer scientist AND journalist. She has found a way to combine the two by using data to inform her writing (data journalist). She is on a mission to demystify technology and AI in particular. AI (artificial intelligence) isn't extraordinary, she says, "it's just math."  She believes that Chat GPT is fun and innovative and like other technologies have some flaws to be worked out. Meredith Broussard Bio Data journalist Meredith Broussard is an ass...

Meet Andrea Miller: Schools, STEM, Partnerships and How to Do it RIGHT!!!

August 29, 2023 04:00 - 56 minutes - 38.8 MB

Meet Andrea Miller, Teacher, Instructional Coach, and STEMinist who is really trying to make a difference in the lives of students. She really trying to get STEM into the hands of students. STEM and schools shouldn't be hard and right now, it is. She is trying to break down barriers. I love the work that she is doing. If you want to learn more about what she's doing you can find more about her work here: STEM Provider Workshop (twelve12group.com) Support the show You can find out more info...

Meet Winnie Karanja: The Math Ain't Mathing, Representative Collective

August 15, 2023 04:00 - 53 minutes - 36.8 MB

Episode Summary Winnie had an interest in STEM really early but didn't really know it was STEM. She loved math and working on building websites. She was self-taught for a long time. She progressed through school asking teachers for opportunities to learn more. She really wants to make the entry point to STEM seamless for minority women.  Winnie Karanja Bio She is dedicated her career to pursuing racial and gender equity in STEM/closing the representation gap in STEM.  She is the founder and...

10 Anniversary Celebration Episode!!!!!

August 01, 2023 04:00 - 1 hour - 42.2 MB

It's been 10 years of STEMming in Stilettos yall! I cannot believe it.  Here's a look back with me and Maria Johnson who was my co-host at the very beginning. We review the origin story of STEMming in Stilettos and many other things along the journey of where the podcast is today and how we got here. I hope you enjoy it. We will be celebrating all of August as we move into this new season.  I sincerely want to thank all of the listeners for being ever so faithful in tuning in every month. T...

Meet Tai Goodwin: Tech, Marketing; That Marketing Team

May 16, 2023 04:00 - 42 minutes - 29.1 MB

Episode Summary Technology is in everything and is everywhere. In this episode, with our guest Tai Goodwin of That Marketing Team, we learn that there is significant tech behind marketing online. Tai's background gave her insider knowledge of how to use tech to enhance marketing efforts. She leveraged her self-taught skills and talents to entrepreneurship. That Marketing Team will help you get your backend system together so that you can do what you do best. This was a fascinating conversat...

Meet Lauren Harter: Advocating for Yourself, Math, and VEX Robotics

May 02, 2023 04:00 - 53 minutes - 37.1 MB

Episode Summary Lauren is the real deal when it comes to mathematics and integrating STEM. Her work with VEX Robotics ensures that the curriculum is designed to promote healthy STEM which means that it is integrated. She is and has always been a strong advocate for herself and for others. I love the work that she is doing with her doctoral studies and I believe it will have a lasting impact on the world of STEM. What can we say about VEX Robotics and the World Competition happening right no...

Meet Ursula Spencer: One Super Dope Nerd

April 19, 2023 04:00 - 57 minutes - 39.5 MB

Episode Summary Ursula Spencer is a super dope nerd. She is a Black woman in STEM who has overcome all the -isms to lead her own company that serves kids all over the world.  Early on in her career, she took ownership and wrote her own path. She is an entrepreneur and tech guru that is investing in our future through Dope Nerds and AR/VR. This episode takes the listener through some of her past experiences and give insight into why she feels so strongly about giving back to the community an...

Meet Angie Ogando: Being a Black Latina in STEM, Helping Others

April 04, 2023 04:00 - 59 minutes - 41 MB

Episode Summary 1. Her experiences are sooooooooooooo familiar to me as a Black woman in STEM. 2. She has been able to use her experience to assist and help others in leadership and beyond. 3. She is proud to be from New Jersey and to have been educated in New Jersey.  Angie Ogando Bio Angie Ogando received the following degrees from NJIT – a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering in 2002 and an MBA degree in 2011. She provides insight into conflict resolution, corporate values alignment, miss...

Meet Atiyah Harmon: The Beauty of Math, Instilling Math Confidence in Black Girls is the Work.

March 21, 2023 04:00 - 49 minutes - 33.7 MB

Episode Summary Atiyah has always loved math. It's in her DNA. She would go to the store and count out her change at the checkout line. Her math abilities led her to private school. She learned to navigate two different worlds, private school, and the real world. She's always wanted to inform the world using math.  Black Girls Love Math is a labor of love to give girls a firm foundation and positive math identity. She has taken her love, life, career, and experiences and used them to assist ...

Meet Winnie Karanja:

March 14, 2023 04:00 - 53 minutes - 36.8 MB

Support the show You can find out more information about Dr. Toshia here: https://www.drtoshia.com STEMming in Stilettos Youtube Channel: https://youtu.be/xAc25J7UH9A

Meet Sans Thakur: The Effects of the Pandemic on Women in the Workplace

March 07, 2023 05:00 - 50 minutes - 34.6 MB

Episode Summary There is so much to be said about the topic we discussed in the episode. Sans makes some great points as it relates to what happened to women during the pandemic. People are NOT really talking about this issue. It is important. Women were disproportionately affected by the pandemic. Many women had to leave jobs they loved to care for their children and this is sometimes with a partner in the home. Women across the world had to make hard choices that oftentimes led to great sa...

Meet Shane Woods: Girlstart

February 21, 2023 05:00 - 1 hour - 41.4 MB

Episode Summary Shane Woods is a woman in STEM advocate. She believes in equity and diversity in STEM and wants to be STEM be equitable across all stations in life. Her experience as a Black woman in STEM and as a teacher has taught her how to advocate for all in STEM. She is thoughtful and mindful of the experiences that children are having in school and has sought to be an answer to the problem. Girl Start is a blessed organization to have her at the helm. Shane Woods Bio Shane is Girlst...

One Word for 2023

January 31, 2023 05:00 - 38 minutes - 26.4 MB

Episode Summary Intentional is my one word to focus on this year. I read Jon Gordon's book, One Word That Will Change Your Life. It is a great read. It talks about focusing on one word instead of making resolutions or goals for the year. Focus on one word for the year. Define that word and focus on what it means you are doing during this year.  Book website: https://jongordon.com/books/one-word/ Intentional means “to be done by design. This stresses that there is an awareness of an end to...

Meet Dr. Muhsinah Morris: Into the Metaverse

January 17, 2023 05:00 - 1 hour - 44.4 MB

Episode Summary 1) Her STEM Story started with her brother's disability and her wanting to understand it and try to find a way to assist in making his life easier. 2) She has been able to bring her STEM education and her imaginative and creative nature to her work. 3) She has taught high school and at the collegiate level. She loves working with students to understand how the brain works. It is her life's work. 4) She has been able to pair Maker Spaces and Chemistry together and now the M...

Meet Dr. Claire Green-Forde: Helping Us Help Ourselves

January 03, 2023 05:00 - 55 minutes - 37.9 MB

Episode Summary In this episode of STEMming in Stilettos, Dr. Claire and I discuss mental help and its effects on women of color. This conversation touched on the trauma of the Black and Brown communities and how we can fix it by getting the help we need. This is the episode you want to listen in. Dr. Claire Green-Forde Bio Dr. Claire J. Green-Forde is the founder and CEO of Dr. Claire Speaks!, LLC, and co-founder of Chapter tOO, LLC. She is an inspirational speaker, racial and social ju...

Meet The Year 2022: Four Lessons I Learned This Year

December 13, 2022 05:00 - 34 minutes - 23.4 MB

Episode Summary I don't know about you all, but 2022 kicked my butt!!! It did and apparently, I needed it. I am ever so grateful to have gone through this year and to heal, to learn, and to grow. This episode gives you all the four BIG lessons I learned this year. I sincerely pray that this year was good to you and for you. I pray that 2023 brings you joy, opportunity, and all the good things.  Happy Holidays Dr. Toshia Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Disc...

Meet Dr. Keli Christopher: STEM Greenhouse and Bringing Justice and STEM Together

November 15, 2022 05:00 - 1 hour - 41.3 MB

Episode Summary This is absolutely an episode that you don't want to miss.  Dr. Christopher is amazing and her work speaks beyond herself. She's looking for funding and opportunities for her programs and for her students to expand their work. Dr. Christopher Bio Founder and Executive Director of STEM Greenhouse, a nonprofit organization that fervently believes if you plant the seed in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and nurture the resulting curiosity, CHILD...

You Can't Run From Yourself

November 01, 2022 04:00 - 27 minutes - 19 MB

Episode Summary This one is simply Dr. Toshia talking about some of her struggles and some of the lessons that she's learned along the way.  - Take care of yourself. It is not self-indulgent to invest in yourself. It is self-focused and necessary - No judgment of anyone else. Focus on yourself. - No running from problems or situations. It doesn't work and wastes time and you meet yourself when you stop running anyway.  - When things get tough; ground yourself and get back to who you know y...

Meet Charice Chever: The STEAMologist

October 18, 2022 04:00 - 43 minutes - 30 MB

Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you. Support the show You can find out more information about Dr. Toshia here: https://www.drtoshia.co STEMming in Stilettos Youtube Channel: https://youtu.be/xAc25J7UH9A

Meet Charice Chever: The STEAMologist

October 18, 2022 04:00 - 43 minutes - 30 MB

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Meet Dr. Jeannice Fairer Samani:

October 04, 2022 04:00 - 1 hour - 47 MB

Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you. Support the show You can find out more information about Dr. Toshia here: https://www.drtoshia.co STEMming in Stilettos Youtube Channel: https://youtu.be/xAc25J7UH9A

Meet Bukola Somide: Computer Science and Beyond

September 21, 2022 04:00 - 47 minutes - 32.3 MB

Episode Summary 1) She has always been interested in science and thought that computers were the way of the future, thus her going into computer science. 2) The road wasn't always easy but she learned to listen to herself and to trusted others and she stayed the course. 3) She started her non-profit very early on to help others get scholarships. 4) She also wanted to address the issues that Black women face in the workplace and being the one and only. 5) She is an inventor, innovator and cr...

Meet Saleema Khimji: Girls Need Early Champions in STEM; Pivoting; and Being Interdisciplinary

September 06, 2022 04:00 - 59 minutes - 41 MB

Episode Summary 1) She was exposed early to STEM by her father who was her early champion during her educational years. 2) Girls, in particular, need an early champion in their lives to assist in getting through the minutiae and stereotypes that are persistent in STEM. 3) We should give people the grace to pivot if they know that going down a path isn't going to work for them. Especially if they know it early. 4) Interdisciplinary work isn't just about bringing the disciplines together. It...

Meet Cynthia Chapple: STEM is Curious; Questioning Everything

August 02, 2022 04:00 - 36 minutes - 25.2 MB

Episode Summary 1) She is naturally curious and that led her to be in STEM. She finds joy in being curious and being about to find answers to the questions that she's had for most of her life. 2) Black Girls Do STEM is her non-profit where she embraces the "curious Black girl. " 3) She is keenly aware of the disparities that exist in the world as it relates to Black girls and Black women. Cynthia Chapple Bio Cynthia is an innovative scientist an advocate for black girls and women, and ad...

Meet Cynthia Chapple:

August 02, 2022 04:00 - 36 minutes - 25.2 MB

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STEMming in Stilettos Commencement Address 2022

June 21, 2022 04:00 - 31 minutes - 21.5 MB

This episode is all above welcoming women of color in STEM to the tribe. You've graduated from college/university, gained the certification, gotten the promotion, changed industries, started anew. We welcome you!!!  We need you!!! This commencement address gives you great advice to follow and we hope to have you on the show in the future.  Support the show You can find out more information about Dr. Toshia here: https://www.drtoshia.co STEMming in Stilettos Youtube Channel: https://you...

Meet Ashlee Cooper: Drones, Drone Technology, and the Drone Industry

June 07, 2022 04:00 - 33 minutes - 23.2 MB

Episode Summary 1) She made a shift in her career from the science/medical fields to drones. She took the risk and has been successful. The lesson here is to take the risk. 2) The field of drone and drone technology is wide open for Black women. We currently only make up 4% of the industry. 3) Get yourself a drone and start learning the particulars of how to fly one and how to build one. Ashlee Cooper Bio Ashlee Cooper, MLS(ASCP) aka Drone Boss Lady is the President of Droneversity.  ...

Meet Dr. Simone Soso Part 2: Cracking the NSF Code and Other Things

May 24, 2022 04:00 - 51 minutes - 35.1 MB

Episode Summary This is part 2 of my time with Dr. Soso. We talked about the work of the NSF (National Science Foundation) and how you can participate in the work they are doing to benefit minorities. You will want to listen to both parts. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you. Support the show You can find out more information about Dr. To...

Meet Ashlee Wilson:

May 17, 2022 04:00 - 33 minutes - 23.2 MB

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Meet Dr. Simone Soso: The Road Less Traveled; Tigers, HBCUs, STEM Equity and Equality

May 10, 2022 04:00 - 52 minutes - 35.9 MB

Episode Summary 1. Dr. Soso is a badass. She has traveled the world using STEM as her guide. Her road is unlike anyone I've heard so far. From the zoo to the jungles of India. But that just goes to show you the power and reach of being in the world of STEM.  2. There is still a need for STEM exposure and opportunities in communities of color. We have to be invested in ensuring that our children have the same opportunities as all other children.  3. We know our children are brilliant and n...

Meet Dr. Simone Soso: The Road Less Traveled; Tigers, HBCUs, STEM Equity and Equality

May 10, 2022 04:00 - 52 minutes - 35.9 MB

Episode Summary 1. Dr. Soso is a badass. She has traveled the world using STEM as her guide. Her road is unlike anyone I've heard so far. From the zoo to the jungles of India. But that just goes to show you the power and reach of being in the world of STEM.  2. There is still a need for STEM exposure and opportunities in communities of color. We have to be invested in ensuring that our children have the same opportunities as all other children.  3. We know our children are brilliant and n...

Own Your Own Career

April 26, 2022 04:00 - 9 minutes - 6.32 MB

Own your own career. Every so often I'll run across someone's post about how they don't know how they ended up doing a thing or are in a career they never thought they'd be in. They didn't have control over how they got there or where they were going. That was actually me not too long ago. And then I decided that I needed to take control but first I had to understand what my calling was and how I was supposed to use it. Then decide how that factored into my career. I'm not going to lie and s...

Meet Shaundra Wood: Math Speaks...

April 19, 2022 04:00 - 35 minutes - 24.5 MB

Episode Summary She was introduced to math at age five and was hooked since then. She had amazing math teachers throughout her academic career. She wanted to be an engineer when she went to college. She struggled in calculus courses and with some of the engineering courses. She switched majors to mathematics.  She learned how to study and how to be a student in college. She has used that experience and her love of math to influence students everywhere. Math Speaks, Inc. is her organization ...

Meet Blanche' Anderson: Information is Powerful, Taking More Chances, and Having Thick Skin

March 29, 2022 04:00 - 33 minutes - 22.8 MB

Episode Summary 1) She was always interested in electronics and digital stuff. Says she was inspired by the Lion King animations. She put her first computer together in junior college and then she used it throughout her college career. 2) C programming language is hard!!! Don't let them tell you anything different. 3) She is still working at the first company that hired her out of college. Blanche' Anderson Bio She worked for over 15 years as a software developer and 12 years as an adju...

The Four Agreements at Work for Women of Color in STEM

March 22, 2022 04:00 - 30 minutes - 20.7 MB

Episode Summary In this episode, I discuss the book by best-selling author Don Miguel Ruiz called The Four Agreements. In The Four Agreements, bestselling author don Miguel Ruiz reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless suffering. Based on ancient Toltec wisdom, The Four Agreements offer a powerful code of conduct that can rapidly transform our lives into a new experience of freedom, true happiness, and love. 1) Be Impeccable with Your Word 2) Don't...

Meet Da'Shaun Joseph: STEM Choose Me; STEAM and Business,and Having a Choice

March 15, 2022 04:00 - 55 minutes - 38.3 MB

Episode Summary 1. Da' Shaun has an unusual STEM story. She says that STEM chose her. You will have to listen to her story to see how true that is. 2. She believes that if she's called to it, then she's going to do it. STEM and Arts and STEAM and business are her areas of excellence. 3. Her motto is "Say Yes, and Lets See What Happens." 4. Her creativity is the thing that allows her to be the best STEM person, STEM Advocate that she can be. 5. She wants women to know that they have agency...

We have Got to Take Care of Ourselves!!!

March 08, 2022 05:00 - 32 minutes - 22.2 MB

Self Care in 2022 Yall, I'm bad at this. I can accept and own that at this point. At the time of this recording, I had been having back spasms for almost two weeks. I hadn't been to see a doctor or done anything other than chug down some pain meds and kept it moving. This is not self-care. I do not want this for you. Be better than me. Practice self care like your life depends on it cause it does. Audre Lorde said, "Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation and that ...

Meet Stephanie Moore: The Relationship between Computer Science, IT, and Cybersecurity

March 01, 2022 05:00 - 48 minutes - 33 MB

Episode Summary 1.  There is a significant relationship between Information Technology, Computer Science, and Cybersecurity. They are intertwined together and yet they are talked about separately. 2. Stephanie is definitely one to watch in this space. 3. She is a woman of color in STEM that has leveraged her experience to help other women get into the tech space. 4. She is a proud HBCU alum. 5. PLEASE protect yourself online. There is so much information out there that you need to know to...

Four People You Need in Your Professional Life: Allies, Mentors, Sponsors, and Friends

February 22, 2022 05:00 - 29 minutes - 20.2 MB

Episodes Summary There are four people that you need in your career. The first is an ally. This person is the person speaking up in difficult situations. They are speaking to tough situations and they are consistent and persistent in seeing change happen on your behalf. The second is the mentor. This is the one that many people are talking about these days. A mentor provides guidance and advice to you throughout your career. These can be short or long-term relationships. How to find a ment...

Meet Dr. Eve Hudson: 1st Generation College Students, and What is Professional?

February 15, 2022 05:00 - 42 minutes - 29.3 MB

Episode Summary 1. She has lived the story that she tells and believes in being the help that she had during her journey. 2. Teachers really helped her all along her journey and now she teaches and inspires students all across the world. 3. Believes that social media has changed the way we engage in the world and that also affects students, especially students who think college isn't for them. 4. Can we talk about what is professionalism? Who defines it? And must we oblige the "norms". Dr....

Meet Dr. Brandeis Marshall, Part 2: Taking a Minute, Jar of Wins, Taking What's Ours and Data, of course!

February 08, 2022 05:00 - 45 minutes - 31.2 MB

The conversation was so good, we had to do it again. In this conversation, we talk about the importance of taking a minute during your day to reflect on the good and the bad. We talk about being an introvert and the energy that we take in and give out and how we recharge. In this episode, we really get into being a Black woman in STEM, having our voices heard, and demanding what we are worth. And of course, we continue the conversation on data and the importance of it and the space that Bl...

Meet Dr. Brandeis Marshall: The Episode That Almost Didn't Happen; Data, Equity, and Diversity; and Data Lost

February 01, 2022 05:00 - 52 minutes - 35.8 MB

Episode Summary Dr. Brandeis Marshall is all about data and the science behind it. She believes that data is powerful and should be used for good and to advance causes that benefit all. And she is a brilliant data and computer scientist that the world needs to pay attention to. The data is skewed and she's on a mission to correct the issues both in front and behind the programs. Dr. Brandeis Marshall Bio Brandeis Marshall(she/her/Dr) is an education activist, scholar, and data justice adv...

Meet Brenda Denbesten: The Art of Networking; Metallurgy and Being a Black Woman in a Male Dominated Field

January 25, 2022 05:00 - 40 minutes - 27.9 MB

Episode Summary 1. She is a Chemical Engineer in the mining and manufacturing industry. 2. Worked in mining towns all over the world. 3. Her experiences have definitely shaped her worldview. 4. She is multi-talented. She is an author and has her own channel on Youtube: Chronicles of a Female Engineer 5. Wants the world to know that being a black woman in a white male field isn't easy and that it needs to change. She's willing to be a part of the change. Brenda Denbesten Bio Brenda prov...

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