Our objective is to provide these women and girls with opportunities in the form of interview preparation, application aid, test preparation, business canvassing, volunteering and job shadowing. Our job is to get you connected with the resources women need to be successful in their STEM careers.
To spread our message, Win STEM is committed to recruiting women and girls interested in pursuing STEM through our workshops, events, partnerships with University organizations, and advertising efforts. We spread our message through publishing posts, articles, videos, and podcasts which contain motivational stories and information on STEM careers.
Most importantly, Win STEM is about giving to the community and shattering age-old stereotypes that hinder progress in the process. We are always on the lookout for volunteers and individuals brave enough to contribute to our cause.
We believe that STEM is everyone's responsibility.
Win STEM is a charitable, service-oriented organization aimed at supporting and recruiting ambitious women to pursue STEM careers through building confidence, community engagement, and opportunity guidance.
Our vision is to create a world-wide community of empowered women leaders to make a difference in STEM careers.
Nabeeha Qazi (on the left) is the Treasurer of Win STEM at UT Dallas. Nawaar Abdus-Salem (on the right), is the Fundraising Coordinator of Win STEM at UT Dallas. Areeba Haji (on the far right) is the Outreach Coordinator of Win STEM at UT Dallas.
Yahvi Suhalka (on the left) is the Service/Events Coordinator of Win STEM at UT Dallas. Laasya Dosakayala (on the right) is the Secretary of Win STEM at UT Dallas. Jenny Tran (on the far right) is the Social Media Coordinator of Win STEM at UT Dallas.
UT Dallas Student Organization Advisor
Margaret Garnett Smallwood teaches business communication classes at UTD. Before joining UTD in 2011, she worked in corporate communications, marketing communications, and public relations. Margaret had her own communications firm in Richardson for many years, which provided PR and communications services to technology-based companies. She graduated from UTD with her MBA and is now finishing a master’s in Communication Studies at another Texas state university.