Few students have enrolled in college and earned the high achievements as Bianca Bailey. Yet, it is her determined passion for altruism that resonates with the many people who meet her.
She is a senior Chemical Engineering major, who has been selected by The White House as a “Champion of Change for Women and Girls in STEM.”
As the president of the Howard University chapter of Engineers Without Borders, Bailey, has volunteered for the last two years in Kenya and has worked on development projects in Brazil and Haiti. She frequently teaches BUILD IT, an engineering curriculum, to middle school girls.
Also, she was recently nominated to the National Advisory Board for the National Girls Institute. The honors student from Dallas has interned at the NAVSEA Department of Defense, ConocoPhillips as well as conducted groundbreaking research at Carnegie Mellon University in the field of nanotechnology. Bianca Bailey is a trailblazer, and a motivator for this generation-
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