The Unlikely STEMinist: Software Engineer turned Social Entrepreneur to Raise Computational Thinkers
Betty Gronneberg is the Founder and Executive Director of uCodeGirl, a non-profit organization that creates a pathway to technology careers for teen girls by tapping into their curiosity, skills, and potential. Last month, she spoke on the STEAM track at the 2017 GlobalMindED Conference in Denver, CO.
We can't wait any longer! Congratulations to the 24 outstanding individuals selected as 2016#BushFellows! Learn where they're from and why they're so amazing: http://bfdn.org/Fellows2016 — with Tou SaiKo Lee, Carmeann Foster, Larry Tucker,Mukhtar Ibrahim, Terry Austin, Kim Norton, Susan Beaulieu, Giovanni Veliz, Lorrie Janatopoulos, Julie Garreau, Abdi Roble, Nevada Littlewolf, Hamse Warfa, Betty Gronneberg, Trista Matascastillo, Dave Smiglewski, Tami Jollie-Trottier, Eileen Briggs,Nausheena Hussain, Yuri Rafael Nakasato, Yuko Taniguchi, Lisa Brunner, Floyd Jourdain, Jr. andMartin Wera.
Friday, September 18, 2015 Bethlehem Abera Gronneberg is a software engineer who’s written her first book. The Alphabet Takes a Journey: Destination Ethiopia teaches children about her home country. ~~~ Listen here: