No More Hidden Figures: Being Seen, Heard, and Influencing Chemistry as Black Women

ACS Webinars

Join us for a free interactive broadcast during Black History Month, featuring Chief Operating Officer Teri Quinn Gray of Provivi, Inc., Associate Dean of the Graduate School in Arts and Sciences Malika Jeffries-EL of Boston University, and Director of PMTA Submissions Kimberly Agnew-Heard of Altria Client Services.

These accomplished leaders will share their personal experiences breaking barriers and paving the way for future generations in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Register now to gain inspiration to pursue your STEM dreams and discover the professional opportunities available today.

This ACS Webinar is co-produced with the ACS Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Respect and moderated by President Manny Guzman of CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society. 

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What You Will Learn

  • Personal stories about blazing trails, opening doors, and inspiring future generations of black women to pursue careers in STEM 
  • How consistency, persistency, and community are keys for success 
  • The importance of representation in influencing your personal and professional trajectory



What an attendee said about this ACS Webinar!

Being a Black woman in STEM, particularly in Chemistry, it is inspiring to see women who look like me and have similar experiences as I do. This was an excellent presentation and should be made available to all schools who are affiliated with ACS.

Meet the Experts

Teri Quinn Gray
Chief Operating Officer, Provivi, Inc.

Malika Jeffries-EL
Associate Dean of the Graduate School in Arts and Sciences, Boston University

Kimberly Agnew-Heard
Director of PMTA Submissions, Altria Client Services

Manny Guzman
President, CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society

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