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Women in STEM Forum

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The Wheatley School

11 Bacon Road

Old Westbury, NY 11568

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Hear the experiences of a panel of successful female STEM professionals and their perspectives about STEM opportunities for women in college and the workforce.

Open to all high school students, parents, and eductors!


Guest Panelists of the Evening:

Jeannie Guglielmo - Forensic Scientist and Professor at Stony Brook University

  • Jeannie Guglielmo is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program at SUNY Stony Brook, where she teaches Clinical Chemistry and Forensic Science. She has 10 years of experience as a Forensic Scientist and has been an educator for the last 18 years.

Laurie Cantileno-Lillis - Service Delivery Leader for the Global Enterprise – Cisco Systems

  • Laurie is the Service Delivery Executive for Cisco and was formerly Vice President of Global Network Services at Broadridge Financial. She holds a Magna Cum Laude degree in Computer Science from NYIT as well as an ITIL v3 certification for Service Delivery. She was the catalyst, co-creator/author/editor of The Internet of Women. She continues this leadership by providing guidance and mentoring to girls, young women and colleagues as a former Board Member of Girls Inc, former Broadridge Financials Inclusion & Diversity Board Member and its Senior Women’s Leadership Forum.

Noelle Cutter - Associate Professor of Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Studies Departments at Molloy College

  • Noelle Cutter worked as a research associate at Brookhaven National Laboratory in the NASA Space Radiation Labs before receiving her doctorate from Stony Brook University in 2010. She completed her BS as a double major in Biology and Chemistry from Molloy College in 2004 graduating Summa Cum Laude. She was captain of the Molloy Women’s Soccer Team and has been awarded the Chasman Scholarship for her dissertation work, Women in Cancer Research young investigators recognition, and is a co-PI for the National Science Foundation MRI grant and C-STEP grant at Molloy College.

Elizabeth Schoen - Vice Present of Environment and Sustainability for Teva Pharmaceuticals

  • Elizabeth Girardi Schoen is Vice Present of Environment and Sustainability for Teva Pharmaceuticals. Her role is to champion responsibility in business practice for this global company with more than $20 billion in income. Liz has her bachelors and masters in chemical engineering and has been working in this field for 35 years.
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