On a mission

inspiration - hidden figuers movieOur Professional Women in STEM Network (PWS Network) is on a mission to build the largest database of professional women in STEM education, careers, and fields globally. At 800+ active members in global communities across cultures, we have learned “Why we are here?” Some call it our divine purpose to make a tremendous impact on lives of young girls and women who need the extra support during pursuit of a higher education ambition, diving into entrepreneurship, or becoming a change agent in STEM education, careers, and fields around the world.

Through PWS Network continued education and research we have determined, we are on the right track toward a full speed ahead approach toward building a 1 million Professional Women in STEM Network in 10 years, starting with the foundation of the intellectual property of a Data Scientist creation of a team of 75 professional women in STEM 4 years ago. Today the network is 800+ Professional Women in STEM we call teachers on a mission to teach, coach and mentor girls and women through our experiences and expertise to work, stay, learn, and play in the world of STEM education, careers and fields.

Become a member toward impacting the statistics of girls and women in STEM!

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On a mission

International Women’s Day Teacher’s Appreciation & 2018 STEM Ambassadors Club Kickoff

We celebrate Teachers semi-annually, on International Women’s Day and International Girl’s Day, in honor of empowering Teachers who serve every day to make a tremendous positive impact to educate students knowledge banks to build good student citizens and future leaders in our communities across the nation.

Teacher’s are the extended parent, friend, coach, mentor, counselor and village in the world that spend as much time with students as parents to foster key principles of important indicators for students success, character building, forward progression, team building and upward bound higher education to meet the needs of a brighter future in the young minds of tomorrow.

Ms. Brenda Badura, Teacher, Centennial High School, Roswell, GA

Ms. Cheryl Carroll, Teacher, Centennial High School, Roswell, GA

Ms. Tonya Davis, Teacher, North Springs Charter High School, Sandy Springs, GA

Ms. Laura Romero, Teacher, North Springs Charter High School, Sandy Springs, GA


In remembrance of other impactful positive teachers before you, we the Professional Women in STEM Network governing body of the National STEM Society dba SPARK STEM thank and honor you on this special day March 8, 2018 for women empowerment press for progress campaign around the world for your hard work, dedication, drive to serve students and many extended philanthropic hours of service at your local school for your local community.

Thank you for all you do.

Professional Women in STEM Network

Happy International Women’s Day! 

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Maya Angelou said it best “I’m a phenomenally women a phenomenal women that’s me.”

The National STEM Society is celebrating all teachers today especially the teachers, counselors, and school administrators who go above and beyond to educate, empower, serve, protect and preserve the past, present, and future of our children. We honor and salute your hard work and service worldwide. In honor of Mrs. Cathy Myers and Mrs. Charlotte Demott two teachers that supported, empowered and encouraged students to exceed beyond ordinary life and strive for extraordinary in their present and future lives.  #PressforProgress

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