Thinkubator Media <> MassBio Video Series: Women in STEM
MassBio and Thinkubator Media have partnered for a video series to highlight incredible women in STEM. In our inaugural chat, Lori Lennon, founder and CEO of Thinkubator Media, and co-host Samanda Jean, Marketing Manager at MassBio, talk with Jessica Ortiz, Program Manager at Boston Medical Center, Shannyn Smith of the Capitol Boutique, and Shelbe Jonson, a chemical engineering student at MIT about careers in STEM.
Jaye Goldstein: Transforming Founders to Leaders
Making the transition from a company founder to leading a team can be a big challenge, but Jaye Goldstein, CEO and Founder of Founder to Leader, offers coaching, tools, and support for this critical transition. She joins Thinkubator Media to share some of the strategies and tips she shares when working with her clients.
Meet Anne Chisa, Host of The Root of Science Podcast
Thinkubator Media sits down with Anne Chisa, the host of The Root of Science Podcast. Her show is dedicated to amplifying the voices of Africans in STEM. Her podcast shares stories from Africans in STEM across the globe, and gives her guests the opportunity to tell their stories and share their research projects in their own voices.
Anne shares some of those stories, what inspired her to start the podcast, and tells us more about her own research in this video.
Bio Building Worksheet
There is a lot to remember when building a professional bio. Treat this worksheet as a mental download of your professional career and achievements. It may be helpful to go through this exercise with a trusted friend who is familiar with your work and volunteer experiences.
Use this worksheet as a guide for your next interview opportunity. Mapping out your strategy will help keep you organized and on message.
Consider the audience, medium, and interview goal when filling this document out. In addition to preparing talking points, consider questions you don't want to be asked during an interview and develop answers for each.
Remember - The first time you share your talking points should not be in front of the interviewer. Practice your answers!