Winifred Ereyi

Matthews, NC, US
Field of Work 
STEM Education
Job Title or "Student" 
University of Essex, Colchester, UK
Telecommunications and Information Systems
Education Level 
Profile Biography 
As the CEO of eWirecommunications, my focus is on K-12 STEM education and driving social policies that will ensure girls and women have equal access to education, personal autonomy and personal safety so that they can fulfill their potential.

We have to think differently about how we educate young girls in order to prepare them for the realities of the work place. We must not only inspire and encourage young girls to pursue their dreams in whatever shape it takes, we must educate them about the red flags of potentially violent and abusive relationships, the resources available to help them escape if need be and the necessary resources to equip them with relevant up-to-date skills so that they can re/integrate into society and become fully functional leaders in the community.

In inspiring young girls and women to reach for the stars, we must educate them of potential land mines along the way and the available safety net in the community. Violence against women and girls is a real threat to the public health. These issues are rarely openly discussed.

I run a STEM Mentoring Academy where I collaborate with different community partners to incorporate Personal Safety, Peace (Conflict-Resolution), leadership education into STEM camps.

I am available for speaking engagements. Check me up on :
Writing/blogging, Dance, Reading, Travel
Race & Ethnicity 
Black or African American
Level of Participation 
After-school visit, In-school visit, Online role model, Summer camp visit
My Experience 
I have been a Role Model many times.
No Preference
Career exploration activities, Fun demonstrations or materials, Funding opportunities, Hands-on activities for students, Identifying other role models, Online Mentoring (email or Skype)
Program Affiliation 
National Society of Black Engineers, Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

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