At My Sister's Keeper Success Institute, we are targeting a serious concern regarding education equity. Not enough young people of color are developing the fundamental skills needed to succeed in STEM careers or in entrepreneurship, yet STEM is already rapidly growing as the highest-demand industry of the 21st century and business ownership is a key to wealth-building.
BIPOC girls, specifically African American, Latinx, and Indigenous, are the least represented in STEM careers and higher education. We are focused on changing that narrative and creating opportunities for young women to be mentored and empowered to become the next innovators who cure diseases, explore space, heal our environment, start and run businesses, and create technology that changes the world.
We believe all girls can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
MSKSI inspires girls who are historically the most underrepresented in STEM and business ownership to be confident bold world changers through STEAM & Career Mentoring and Personal Development Programs.
We envision a world where minority women are no longer underrepresented in STEM or business ownership and they hold the power to create opportunities for themselves and others through bold confidence, exceptional emotional and analytical intelligence, self-awareness, creative problem solving and