3 Amazing Women Of Color In STEM

3 Amazing Women Of Color In STEM

We love to highlight amazing women of color, and this one has a great list.

👉Valerie Thomas

Valerie Thomas is an American scientist and inventor. She invented the illusion transmitter, for which she received a patent in 1980. She was responsible for developing the digital media formats image processing systems used in the early years of the Landsat program.

👉Yvonne Clark

Yvonne Clark was a pioneer for African-American and women engineers. She is the first woman to get a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering at Howard University. She is the first woman to earn a master's degree in Engineering Management from Vanderbilt University. She was the first woman to serve as a faculty member in the College of Engineering and Technology at Tennessee State University, then an emereti Professor.


👉Dorothy Lavinia Brown


Dorothy Lavinia Brown was the first female surgeon of African-American ancestry from the Southeastern United States. She was also the first African American female to serve in the Tennessee General Assembly as she was elected to the Tennessee House of Representatives. While serving in the House of Representatives, Brown fought for women's rights with abortions and for the rights of people of color.


Do you know any of these amazing women?

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