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Women in STEM Conference: The Professional World of STEM


Ms. Jia Lakhamraju from Singapore makes her debut at LearningPlanet Festival 2023 through her organization: Women in STEM Conference. Jia is a Youth Fellow of LearningPlanet Alliance since 2022.
The Women in STEM Conference is a global youth-led initiative started by Jia and her team to create a platform for young women all over the world to connect with inspiring practitioners of STEM. The first event held was on November 10th for World Science Day, where students from twenty countries connected with successful professional women across a wide range of STEM fields to hear about their career journeys, ask questions and gain valuable advice.
The Women in STEM Conference event at LPF will showcase highlights from the Word Science Day Conference, including key moments from the speaker sessions featuring 4 incredible professionals: Dr. Natascha Ghadiali, Dr. Sri Sarma, Dr. Ayesha Khanna, and Dr. Julia Parish-Morris.
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Tue, January 24, 2023

13:00 CET, UTC+1h

  • Higher Education
  • Youth Empowerment

Suggested audience:
  • Online event
  • English

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