STEM Diversity Summit at the USA Science & Engineering Festival on April 25 at the DC Convention Center.
STEM Education is the entry point to two pipelines of productivity: High-wage, tech-based workforce and High-growth, tech-driven entrepreneurship. Black and Hispanic Americans are severely under-represented in the STEM fields and as high-growth entrepreneurs in the knowledge-based, tech-driven, globally competitive innovation economy.
America needs to cultivate all of its talent to reach its highest economic competitiveness goals in the 21st century. The STEM Diversity Summit is focused on developing pathways to prosperity through inclusive competitiveness, starting with the STEM education pipeline.