Have you ever experienced imposter syndrome or feelings of self-doubt, insecurity, or being insufficiently qualified or competent?

Hear stories from our keynote speaker Maureen Zappala, Former NASA Propulsion Engineer and Founder of High Altitude Strategies, and our panel of successful women in STEM on their experiences with imposter syndrome. Learn what causes imposter syndrome, strategies for combating imposter syndrome and building your confidence, and how to stay resilient as a female minority in STEM.

About WiSTEM2D: In 2015, Johnson & Johnson launched WiSTEM2D – Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing, and Design (STEM2D) – initiative to promote learning and career opportunities in STEM2D disciplines. Led by a network of volunteers from across Johnson & Johnson and its local operating companies, this ambitious initiative seeks to promote learning across Youth, University and Professionals.


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