Who We Are

Dora Agyare
Corporate Liaison (USA)

Dora is an administrative professional, a relentless connector and strategic thinker. A geek at heart, she is the Finance Committee Chair for the Boston Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). More

Priscilla Awuah
Administrator (Ghana)

Meticulous and detail-oriented, Priscy works behind the scenes to making sure the team has what they need to ensure the best experience for our students and teachers. More

Vivian Ayarick
Program Manager (Ghana)

Aspiring scientist who is dedicated to opening doors to other young women in Ghana, Vivian connects our students to role models, institutes, companies, and creates welcoming, joyful Exploratory clubs. More

Henrietta Boateng
Lead Teacher (Ghana)

A teacher since 2005, Ms. Boateng is highly motivated to dispel myths about girls in education in Ghana, especially around science. She is taking her experience as a teacher to inform her practice as a clinical child and school psychologist in the future.

Connie Chow
Founder & Director

PhD scientist, educator, human rights advocate and social innovator, Connie is passionate about creating a world that is more joyful, more fair, and where more people can live up to their full potential. More

Rebecca Clements
Social Media Shero (USA)

Rebecca is graduate student in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences program at Harvard University. “I love dancing, cooking, and talking about science. I want everyone to share in the excitement of STEM”!

Judith Gaisie
Lead Teacher (Ghana)

An experienced public school teacher of 17 years, Ms. Gaisie was among the first in Pokuase to be trained to run the girls’ clubs. She has big dreams to manage STEM resource centers all around Ghana. More

Christian Sackey-Acquah
Program Coordinator (Ghana)

Christian combines his leadership skills, writing acumen and background in psychology to create community amongst and between students, teachers and our supporters. More

Sidra Soomro
Admin Assistant (USA)

Sidra is easy-going, open-minded and loves learning. When she’s not working at the Library or volunteering to help young women be successful in life, she looks for ways to laugh and enjoy the world. More

Najah Walton
Intern - Admin (USA)

Najah’s started her scientific career as a pre-teen lepidoterist. She is currently a nursing student at UMass Boston, a student researcher in a behavioral neuroscience lab and works in the Public Affairs department at Sanofi Genzyme.

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