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STEM empowers women to believe in themselves, improve their jobs prospects, and be drivers of positive change.

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Science and Technology

Audrey Pe

Global Teen Leader

Audrey is the founder and executive director of Women in Technology (WiTech), an organization that empowers the Filipino youth to break gender barriers through technology. She is also among 33 youth chosen as a 2019 Global Teen Leader.

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Frances Mojica

Microsoft Student Partner

Frances is pursuing Information Systems and loves the constant challenge that tech brings. As a Microsoft Student Partner, Frances actively organizes seminars and workshops to empower young men and women to achieve more through technology.

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Hillary Diane Andales

Winner, 2017 Breakthrough Junior Challenge

Hillary bested 11,000 students from 178 countries to win the 2017 Breakthrough Junior Challenge. Her 3-minute video explaining relativity wowed the judges. The young Pinay is headed for the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to study physics.

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Engineering and Math

Kyle Regino

Winner, 2018 Imagine Cup Philippine Finals

Kyle Regino is a computer engineering student who helped develop Bionyx, a mobile app that scans and analyzes fingernails to identify disease related to the liver, heart, lungs, and blood. She and her team competed in Microsoft’s technology competition, Imagine Cup.

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Amy Nayve

Honorable Mention, 2018 Emerging Paper Engineer

Amy’s “Popfolio,” an interactive pop-up book of all her works from college, earned her the Honorable Mention for the 2018 Emerging Paper Engineer Prize from the Movable Book Society. With her business Pumapapel Crafts, Amy shares her world of pop-ups to crafters of all ages.

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Maria Yzabell Angel Palma

Inventor, AirDisc Air Conditioning Technology

Yza invented the AirDisc, an air conditioner without chemical refrigerants. It is energy-efficient, consuming only 150 watts—earning her awards both here and abroad. The mechanical engineering major is looking for partners to commercially manufacture her technology.

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