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Join Us for the Life After WINS Alumnae Panel

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In its eleventh year, Life After WINS highlights and celebrates current WINS students and the successes of program alumnae. Panelists will share meaningful experiences from the program and the impact it has had on their lives.

Women In Natural Sciences (WINS) is a free afterschool and summer science enrichment program offered to female public school students. Since its founding in 1982, WINS has been providing participants with hands-on science classes, skill-building activities and opportunities for personal growth in a uniquely nurturing setting. To date, more than 820 young women have completed the WINS program. The program’s mentoring and support have resulted in 100 percent of students graduating high school and more than 96 percent attending college.

Meet the Panelists

Maisha Leek

WINS Alumna 1996–1999

Maisha is a venture capitalist with expertise in operations, business development and fundraising. She attended George Washington Carver High School for Engineering and Science and received a bachelor’s degree from Trinity Washington University and a master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Currently, she coaches and mentors founders in the New York start-up community

Dominique Thomas

WINS Alumna 2008–2012

Dominique is Coordinator of the Women In Natural Sciences Program and a 2012 alumna of the program. She attended Paul Robeson High School for Human Services and earned a bachelor’s degree from Temple University. WINS helped Dominique secure internships and employment with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Pocono Environmental Education Center and at the Academy of Natural Sciences.

Kesha Medina

WINS Alumna 2010–2014

Kesha is a curriculum developer for the Free Library of Philadelphia, an Urban Forestry Tree Specialist and Data Analyst for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and a community voice member with the Parks and Recreations Urban Forest Strategic Plan. She graduated from Marianna Bracetti Charter School in 2014 and received her bachelor’s degree in Sustainable Food Systems from Sterling College in Vermont.

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