Women in STEM: A story of Gladys Maina

Gladys Maina is a successful woman in STEM. She offers mentorship programs for high school students who would like to join the STEM field as their chosen career. As a seasoned moderator and speaker, she volunteers for speaking engagements, panel moderation and discussions with a bias in diversity, inclusion and equality in technology.

She has agreed to talk to us about her career path, inspirations and ideas on how to improve the situation of women in STEM. Read More

Women in STEM: A story of Milana Stojadinov

We’ve interviewed several successful women from around the world to show that women in STEM have many different stories, career paths and points of view. Milana Stojadinov, Software Engineer from Serbia, working at Rendered Text, is one of them.

Why have you decided to pursue a career in this field? What was your inspiration?
From the early days, my attention was occupied by puzzles and the purpose of everyday objects. Even today, I catch myself breaking a thing apart, just to be able to find how it works and then to fix it back. That’s pretty much my story: I ask a question and then develop an answer for it. It neither solved any world’s problem nor gave me the Fields medal, but it focuses my life. This bit of skepticism, naturally, guided me to study pure mathematics. Read More