There is nothing more fulfilling than having the opportunity to mentor and inspire young scientists. As a Latina, I know how important it is to have role models and a support system while facing the challenges associated with pursuing a career in Science, Math, Engineering, and Math (STEM). I am heavily invested in advocating for persons excluded because of their ethnicity or race (PEERs) and helping them navigate these challenges. Check out my work below!

“devise your own paths through the complex sociology of science” –Vera Rubin

Interview with 500 Poppies: A blog about women scientists

Free all-ages coloring book for students, educators, scientists, and members of the community to engage with STEM PhD research!

Career column: Connecting chemistry with education

2020’s Wake up calls stir action in STEM

Discussion with UC Berkeley College of Chemistry alumni on their personal and professional experiences with DEI in higher education and various industries

How to be a good ally: Five tips for supporting your colleagues and friends

Surrounding students with STEMpowerment

Engaging student voice: Learnings from the coordination hub’s twitter chat

Christiane Stachl: Scholar, Scientist, Teacher