Tech Maiden challenges notions about what it means to teach and explore science, technology, engineering and math (“STEM”) by presenting the experiences and wisdom of successful innovators, researchers, teachers and business leaders who are challenging and evolving the way people think about STEM together with its significant implications. The support that Tech Maiden and its guest interviews lend to the academic examination of STEM research together with their theoretical and business applications is vital to inspiring young innovators, scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and business thinkers about the vibrant and evolving world of STEM. It is in this spirit that I created Tech Maiden to engage students in the ever expanding STEM universe and its broadening applications.
About Natasha Stamler
Founder & Creative Director
Natasha is a member of the class of 2018 at The Bronx High School of Science in NYC where she is Captain of the Fe Maidens, the all-girls robotics team. Natasha has spent the last several years doing research in the area of climate change at Columbia University and the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies. Her research has focused on climate change mitigation and roof studies. Natasha has conducted research on NYC's Cool Roof and Urban Heat Island Mitigation initiatives. Natasha frequently presents findings at roundtable presentations and symposiums. She is interested in the dynamic word of STEM research together with their theoretical and business applications. In addition to her interest in the world of STEM research, Natasha volunteers with Bronx House teaching middle school girls Lego robotics as part of the EveryGirl Robotics Program, participates in hackathons, enjoys music, playing piano, doing crossword puzzles, and running as a member of both the Bronx Science Cross Country and Track teams. Natasha is thankful to her guests who made time available to share their experiences in order to help others.