Getting More Girls Into STEM Careers: Lessons From a Principal

November 25, 2013
Lydia Dobyns

Lydia Dobyns

Mansoureh Tehrani is principal of METSA (Math, Engineering, Technology and Science Academy) in Carrollton, Texas. Before becoming an educator, she had an IT career spanning 15 years at companies such as Texas Instruments, Apple Computers and American Airlines and knows “from the inside” what it takes to succeed in a STEM career.

Read the full blog at Huffington Post.

Read part one in this series, “Engineered to Succeed: Lessons From a Student Pursuing a STEM Career.”