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Sandy Marshall is the founder, CEO, and visionary of Project Scientist, a national nonprofit that turns girls ages 4 to 18 onto science, technology, engineering and math. She’s passionate about igniting girls’ confidence that a STEM career is obtainable for any girl.
Project Scientist offers a virtual after-school STEM Club with hands-on experiments for girls nationwide and virtual summer STEAM camps. Marshall led her team to develop online programming when Covid-19 hit and in-person camps and activities were no longer possible.
Project Scientist has served more than 13,500 girls since its founding, with 70% on scholarship. Studies from Harvard Medical School, UNC Charlotte, and Lunaria have all praised Project Scientist's impact. Sandy Marshall is a national speaker and advocate for diversity in STEM.
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