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STEMxm Episode 10-  Transportation Engineering in NYC with Patricia Valoy Patricia (Patty Valoy) is a Latina activist, blogger, and an Engineer/Project Manager promoting STEM education for women and underrepresented minorities. She uses her experiences as a Latina and an engineer to advocate and inspire girls and minorities considering careers in the fields of STEM. She earned a BS in Civil Engineering from Columbia University in 2008. Her work mostly revolves around the Latino/a community, feminism, cultural identity, gender stereotypes, and workplace sexism. Patty's past presentations include:

  • Women in STEM Fields panel presentation, SUNY Fredonia, March 2016.
  • Latino/a Feminism and Ethno-Racial Identity presentation, Kellogg Community College, March 2016.
  • Transnational/Global Feminism, Global Identity presentation, Cornell College, January 2016.
  • Gender Bias, Sexism, and Stereotypes in STEM presentation, Xavier University, October 2015.
  • The Role of Feminism in Fighting Sexism in STEM Fields presentation, Dickenson College, February 2015.
  • Gender Bias, Sexism, and Stereotypes in STEM presentation, Carnegie Mellon University, February 2015.
Patty on Twitter Patty in the Washington Post: This Latina engineer owns her feminism, one mansplainer at a time Patty on Everyday Feminism 4 Reasons Why Making STEM Pink to Get Girls Interested is Absurd with Patty Valoy Patty on Ravishly  

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