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The S.T.E.A.M. Ambassadors program is a volunteer program designed for students who are interested in learning more about women’s empowerment and the behind the scenes ways to create programming geared towards supporting and motivating women in a university setting. In order to participate, candidates must fill out the program application and register for the conference by Sunday, March 12th. Ambassadors must participate in the program read, “I am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World”, by Malala Yousafzia, and write a post-conference essay that speaks about how the program book read and conference has impacted their development and understanding. All ambassadors must be available throughout the entire conference day to setup, engage, and break down the conference. Ambassadors will be given a ambassador swag bag and shirt to wear the day of and the book for the program read. Selected essays will be featured in the Student Affairs weekly bulletin.

S.T.E.A.M. Ambassadors:

  • Liz Boccolini
  • Sneha Gupta
  • Lissette Almonte
  • Maria Dominguez-Ayuzo
  • Ananya Nethikunta
  • Dianne Le
  • Ariana Belton
  • Vandana Gollarhalli
  • Jennifer Jiang
  • Shadigna Chireno
  • Allyana Dela Rosa
  • Rahma Leil
  • Samantha Moure
  • Nancy Bahnas
  • Rashmi Pradhan
  • Eshana Bethur
  • Keya Patel
  • Shadigna Chireno
  • Allyana Dela Rosa
  • Rahma Leil
  • Samantha Moure
  • Nancy Bahnasy
  • Rashmi Pradhan
  • Rameen Masood
  • Chanel Jordan
  • Erika Jean-Pierre
  • Jena Leonardo
  • Vancha Verma
  • Swati Patel
  • Sumedha Mendiratta

Graduate Advisors

Danielle St. Vincent

Danielle St. VincentMy name is Danielle St. Vincent and I am a current graduate student in the College Student Affairs program here at Rutgers. I graduated from Monmouth University in 2016 with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology. At my undergraduate institution I was highly involved with new student orientation, residence life, alternative break trips, study abroad, etc., all of which have shaped who I am and have pushed me to pursue a career in student affairs. My passion is my driving force and I would not be able to do my job without all of the wonderful students who inspire me each and every day.

Catrice Carter

Catrice CarterBio Coming Soon…

#stemHERstoryRUSponsored by University-wide Campus Partners, this initiative is geared towards celebrating the women who dedicate their careers to the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics fields while raising awareness to the overall Rutgers Community.

image004The goals of the #stemHERstoryRU campaign are:

  • Continuously showcase women dedicated to careers in STEM
  • Educate and provide resources and support for women currently pursuing opportunities in STEM
  • Promote, empower, and encourage young women interested in STEM and provide role modeling opportunities.

ContactFor more information about the conference please contact Karima Woodyard karima.woodyard@rutgers.edu