Women in STEM can help shape the next generation

01/24/2013 | HuffingtonPost.ca (Canada)

Doina Oncel, founder of Toronto-based Doina's Infinite Solutions highlights ways to help increase the success of women in science, technology, engineering and math fields. Access to female mentors is an important element, she writes. "Female mentors shape the paths for the next generation of female leaders and, at this point, the mentors and the young women need support in achieving the success that they were born to have."

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