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Caeley Looney

Founder, Reinvented Magazine

Caeley Looney is a total space geek, avid Netflix binger, and French fry lover. Her Twitter tag line reads ‘Rocket Scientist by day, Editor in Chief by night’ as she does exactly that. Having graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering in 2018, she now works full-time as a Mission Analyst for L3Harris Technologies where she supports their small satellite programs. Once the work day is over, she comes home and works on Reinvented Magazine. As Founder and President of this 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Caeley works to empower young girls to pursue STEM fields through the creation of the nation’s first ever print magazine written for girls in STEM. Outside of work and running a profit, Caeley is continuing to advance her education by pursuing her M.S. in Space Systems Engineering part-time at Johns Hopkins University online. On a less professional level, Caeley spends most of her free time running distances most people call crazy, knitting, and going on long walks on the beach with her dogs.

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Naama Barnea-Goraly

Founder, Telle App

Naama Barnea-Goraly M.D. received her medical degree from the Hebrew University and Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem, Israel, and her clinical training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry as well as a post-doctoral neuroimaging research fellowship at Stanford University. She then went on to work as an Instructor and brain researcher at Stanford. Her research, on brain structure in disorders affecting social cognition was published extensively in leading psychiatric and neuroscience journals, and presented in international conferences.  In the course of her work she became interested in gender differences in social cognition, and the importance of supportive authentic communities, especially for girls and women. This led her out of the lab and into the real world to found “Telle”, a girl empowerment app for teen girls and young women to find a supportive community, advise, support, inspire and empower each other. 

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Chinmayi Balusu

Founder, Simply Neuroscience

Chinmayi Balusu is a 17-year-old undergrad sophomore at Columbia University pursuing the life sciences and medical humanities. She is founder and CEO of Simply Neuroscience, an international non-profit organization dedicated to fostering students' interdisciplinary interests in the brain through neuroscience and psychology education, outreach, and awareness. Chinmayi has a background in neurodegenerative diseases, aging, psychology, and biomedicine as a student researcher; she has received many awards for her research work, including being named Student of the Year by the California Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF) as well as a finalist in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). She is passionate about science outreach and furthering girls in STEM advocacy. In her free time, she enjoys practicing taekwondo, writing poetry, exploring nature, finding new music, going for long walks, and playing soccer.

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Lynn Power

Founder, MASAMI

Lynn Power is a 30 year advertising executive (most recently CEO of J. Walter Thompson NY) turned entrepreneur. She just launched MASAMI, a clean premium haircare brand, in February. Lynn has worked on some of the world's most iconic brands including American Express, Hershey's and Clinique. Lynn has led cultural and digital transformation for large organizations and believes in the power of diversity and creativity to solve business challenges.

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Dr. Natoshia Anderson

Founder, SMART Stem, LLC

The engaging, phenomenal founder of Smart STEM, LLC. Dr. Natoshia ("Toshia") Anderson, is a Mechanical Engineer-turned award-winning STEM educator and STEM gender equity/diversity and inclusion advocate, STEM leadership consultant, and dynamic and informative, in-demand STEM motivational speaker. Her groundbreaking gender equity/diversity and inclusion advocacy entity for girls, Smart STEM, is an educational consulting company promulgated to supply expert STEM curriculum development, STEM professional development opportunities, strategic STEM Events, and critical STEM research to schools, school districts, and other educational institutions. In her private practice, Dr. Anderson offers intensive professional and leadership development coaching and training for STEM educators and school system staff respectively, and STEM keynote/motivational speaking services to organizations, associations, corporations, conferences, and educational systems nationwide. In her spear time, Dr. Anderson can be found reading a good romance novel or binge-watching Netflix shows. She is a wife of 21 years and is mother to one college freshman and one high school sophomore.