See Jane Salon – STEM Trends in Media

Hosted by Google Venice
August 15, 2017

By 2018 there will be 1.2 million US job openings in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields, with a significant shortage of qualified applicants to fill them. This panel will look at how media is progressing girls interests in STEM across digital, TV and Feature Films, identify who the media makers are who are advocating for more portrayals of women and girls in STEM and who the real scientists making headlines are. Read More…

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Geena Davis, Founder

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Opening Remarks and Introductions

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Diana Skaar, Head of Business
Development, Robotics at X

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Lesley Chilcott, Filmmaker, Producer,
An Inconvenient Truth, Code Girl

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Geena Davis and Madeline Di Nonno

GDIGM See Jane Salon Women in Gaming

Amy Mainzer, Astronomer, Research Scientist,
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Greta McAnany,
Co-Founder/COO, Blue Fever

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Madeline Di Nonno, CEO, GDIGM and panelists

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Jazmin Borad, Program Director, GDIGM

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Panelists and Salon Attendees

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Salon Panelists

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Salon Attendees

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Salon Attendee and
Madeline Di Nonno (right)

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Mount Saint Mary’s University students

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Madeline Di Nonno and Geena Davis

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Elizabeth Kilpatrick, VP, Development; Jazmin Borad, Program Director; Greta McAnany, Co-Founder/COO, Blue Fever; Lesley Chilcott, Filmmaker, Producer, An Inconvenient Truth, Code Girl; Geena Davis, Founder; Amy Mainzer, Astronomer, Research Scientist, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Madeline Di Nonno, CEO; and Diana Skaar, Head of Business Development, Robotics at X

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Geena Davis with Salon attendees

GDIGM See Jane Salon STEM Trends in Media

Salon attendees

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