In celebration of Black History Month, we invite you to join us for a conversation with Dr. Talithia Williams, host of the PBS series NOVA wonders, groundbreaking professor, popular TED speaker and inspiring author and passionate STEM/STEAM advocate. In this keynote event we’ll learn all about the Rebel Women of Mathematics throughout history. From rocket science and code breaks to computer programmers and data scientist, discover the incredibly inspiring stories of more than 30 women who fought through the obstacles, shattered the stereotypes, and embraced their STEM passions. William’s has made it her life's work to get people of all ages and backgrounds excited about the bold possibilities of a STEM education and to “STEMpower” women and minorities to enter these professions. This is your chance to be moved, to be inspired, and to celebrate the women of color who have turned the male-dominated math world upside down!