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Daily Five: Powerful Women Navigating the Press

Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors, and Cameron Diaz gracefully navigate challenging conversations. Read More »

Verizon's Inspire Her Mind Ad Goes Viral

The advertising campaign about how parents subtly discourage girls from pursuing science has earned praise from several media outlets. Read More »

White House Summit: MAKERS Talk Women in STEM and Nontraditional Fields

MAKERS Marissa Mayer, Hillary Clinton and more talk about the status of women in science, technology, engineering, and math.  Read More »

Debra Sterling Writes on the Next Generation of Innovators

CEO of GoldieBlox Debra Sterling writes on encouraging the innovators of the future.    Read More »

Complete the History Books: Women in STEM

MAKERS fills in the history books with the untold stories of women in STEM. Read More »

MAKERS launches MAKERSMonday

MAKERS Monday is a new themed franchise that starts every week off with an inspirational MAKERS video launch and gives a lens through which MAKERS will highlight women’s stories.   Read More »

Verizon Launches Campaign to Support Girls in STEM

Verizon is working with MAKERS and the Verizon Foundation to #InspireHerMind and encourage more girls to get involved in the high-tech STEM fields. Read More »

This Is Your Brain "On Princess"

GoldieBlox, a toy company whose mission is to “get girls building,” has produced a witty video,“This is Your Brain on Engineering.” Read More »

WATCH: Meet MAKERS @Google

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to speak at the Women @Google Summit, a gathering of Google executives who came together to network, exchange ideas, and learn. The group that gathered was incredibly supportive of what we’re doing with MAKERS. After my presentation, a number of people approached me and suggested great Google women I should interview about their contributions to the world through science and technology - women who have created startups, computer languages, world-class products, and even new fields of study.  Read More »