Nominate Women Worldwide for STEM Leadership
Breaking the Barriers
SCIENCE – TECHNOLOGY – ENGINEERING – MATHEMATICS
Profiles in Diversity Journal® invites you to participate in our 5th Annual Women Worth Watching® in STEM issue, in which we will recognize high-achieving women in STEM who are blazing trails for other women in your organization and across the globe—and for girls everywhere who want to build successful and satisfying careers in science, technology, engineering, or math.
Your nomination of one or more Women Worth Watching® in STEM affords you an important opportunity to recognize and showcase the talent, ambition, and leadership of these pioneers in your organization.
Why Recognize Women in STEM?
STEM careers offer women endless opportunities to excel, achieve, and become leaders in some of the most exciting areas of technological discovery and innovation. Opportunities for women in STEM help to ensure that women across the globe will realize greater economic success and workplace equality.
By recognizing women who are succeeding in STEM careers, we can inspire other women, and girls, to pursue their own STEM dreams and ambitions. Nothing makes a goal seem more reachable than seeing that others like you have already done it—and that they want to help you to succeed as well.
Who Are these Outstanding Women?
Women Worth Watching® in STEM link talent and leadership. Nominated by employers or colleagues, they are confident, authentic, forward thinkers. And they are high-performing, purpose-driven leaders who create value for other women and for the organizations where they contribute their talents.
Throughout its history, Profiles in Diversity Journal® has recognized thousands of women from around the world who are making a difference in their organizations. The profiles that will appear in this important STEM edition will recognize and celebrate STEM leaders, and enhance the reputations of the organizations that encourage, empower, and support these trailblazing women.
To view the 20th Anniversary print edition of Woman Worth Watching click here.