With over 15 years of expertise in research, mentoring, lecturing and teaching at prestigious educational institutions such as the California Institute of Technology, University of Southern California, California State Polytechnic University, and Bridges Academy – this Science Researcher and Educator is a definite go to for inspiration and learning.
If you’re a world changer interested in STEM fields and multiculturalism, then you need to read on and connect with Aidyl!
Science Researcher and Educator. PoSSUM Scientist-Astronaut Candidate. PoSSUM-13 Ambassador and STEM coordinator
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What I use Linkedin for:
To promote opportunities and share accomplishments of fellow World Changers in STEM & Social Change ranging from middle school to professionals. My goal is to lift voices with Diversity, Equity and inclusion in mind . I love to celebrate Multiculturalism in STEM
Number of Followers:
Educator, Scientist, PoSSUM 13 ambassador, PoSSUM scientist-astronaut candidate
Who am I:
My goal is to lift voices with Diversity, Equity and inclusion in mind . I love to celebrate Multiculturalism in STEM. My purpose is to open doors for world changers interested in the STEM fields and celebrate the Multiculturalism in STEM & innovative accomplishments
What I do:
I am a scientist and an educator.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
I am deeply committed to encouraging, supporting, and providing opportunities to students and young professionals who self-identify as women, black, Indigenous, people of color, genderqueer, or non-binary in computing, science, engineering and technology.
Who I follow on Linkedin:
I follow individuals who are pioneers in the STEM fields, STEM advocates and fellow researchers and educators who promote the beauty of STEM, celebrate success of their peers and lift voices. Such examples of gracious and brilliant individuals I follow Dr. Shawna Pandya, Ms Yvette Gonzalez, Dr. Sian Proctor, Ms. Bailey Burns, Ms Ralinda Watts andMr. Orpheus Crutchfield.
My favourite or most successful post:
I have a tie between two posts I consider my favorites because one discusses the importance of representation, multiculturalism and social justice in the STEM curriculum in the United States.
The second is celebrating a scientist who saved globally our lives in the development of the COVID vaccine who is brilliant and an inspiration for future world changers in the BIPOC community
She is an American viral immunologist at the Vaccine Research Center at NIH. Thank you Dr. Corbett for being one of the lead scientist who developed the COVID-19 vaccine!