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March 5, 2021

Junior Achievement (JA) of Northern California’s S.H.E. (strengthening her education) Leads STEM Summit is reimagined this year for a virtual setting. 

Targeting people who identify as female, Junior Achievement’s S.H.E. Leads connects business leaders and outstanding high school students from Northern California in STEM career path exploration. As in prior years, the STEM Summit will offer programming and participants from diverse career and educational backgrounds, as well as individuals who identify as Black, Indigenous, POC, and LGTBQ+. Students can attend as many workshops and sessions as they wish. 

The S.H.E. Leads Virtual STEM Summit, Monday, March 8 from 1-5 p.m.; Tuesday March 9 from 1-5 p.m. and Wednesday March 10 from 1-5 p.m. will offer high school students diverse career knowledge and give them the confidence to further their aspirations and build their professional networks. Through impactful workshops with interactive student activities, S.H.E. Leads stays true to the interactive JA philosophy of providing real-world experiences that help youth create a successful future. Register at


Moderators: Jobina Fortson, Anchor, ABC7 KGO-TV, Diana Kapp, Author and Journalist;

Keynote Speaker: Alyssa Nakken, First Female MLB Coach, San Francisco Giants

Additional Panelists from: Chevron, Cisco, Ernst & Young, Kaiser Permanente, Kearney, Pal Socks, PopSugar, Robert Half and Valero. 

Presenting Sponsor: Cisco; Platinum Sponsor: Chevron and Other key supporters: EY, Invitae, Kearney, Robert Half, and Valero. For more information go to