"The world is STEM: women and girls can take part in this process with their point of view".
These are the words of Cristina Fallarini, one of the OverNet teachers who shared with us her experience as role model for the campaign #MESA4STEM.
Cristina Fallarini, graduated in Computer Science, is an expert of Agile approach, Scrum model, programming languages, SQL and ITIL Foundation.
She has been a OverNet trainer since 2008 and teaches Software Engineering, a course that gives the required skills to increase software quality with specific techniques from software engineering.
Let’s listen to her experience:
The goal of the initiative is to reverse the stereotypical narrative that undermines girls and women in science and creates a huge and debilitating gender gap.
MESA Group - MESA, OverNet, Procomp and MEVB - wants to bring different voices and points of view: we believe in valuing their professionalism and experience. The lack of female role model in science may have a negative influence on the girls who want to start a STEM career.
Over the years, the Group has encouraged the affirmation of girls in STEM disciplines and now it confirms this commitment by proposing role models who will share with us their journey and their skills, as a confirmation of the talent, potential and value of women in science.
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