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Educating girls in grades 5-12 to Think Critically, to Lead Confidently, and to Live Honorably


The STEM Consortium is a leadership group dedicated to ending the gender gap in STEM. This group is comprised of STEM leaders at K-12 girls' schools, university-level STEM programs with strong female participation, STEM corporations with welcoming cultures for women, and other informal education groups who serve girls. 

The Consortium meets on an annual basis to foster, support, and share best practices and trends in STEM Education for girls. Additionally, this group determines the theme and conference programming for the annual STEM Think Tank & Conference. In 2019, the Consortium met at the Hockaday School in Dallas, TX. In 2020, this group will meet at the Marlborough School in Los Angeles, CA. Additional meetings may be held in conjunction with other conferences such as NAIS or NCGS.

The theme of the 2020 STEM Think Tank & Conference is STEM + Humanities: Partnering Together to Move Forward. It will be held October 2-3, 2020 at The Harpeth Hall School in Nashville, TN.