Women in Innovation: Empowering Women in a Technological World by @lisaDubusc #STEM

Women in Innovation: Empowering Women in a Technological World by Lisa Dubusc Miller is an incredible article.  We are so honored to reprint it below.

Women in Innovation: Empowering Women in a Technological World

A dedicated volunteer for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Lisa is an avid traveler who has visited many interesting destinations around the globe often surfing her way.

Lisa has a very interesting biography. She was born in Greenwich, CT and received her BA from Bucknell University and her Masters in Psychology from The American University. She lived in London, Thailand and Vietnam before working on Wall Street for several years, where she was a published Sovereign Credit Analyst.

She has travelled around the world and has written about her adventures. Her articles have been published in The Rye Record, The Rye City Review, Global Living Magazine, Adirondack Daily Enterprise, The Art Of Magazine, Indagare Magazine, Eastern Surf Magazine, The Greenwich Citizen, The Examiner News, Whalebone Magazine, The Pingry Review, American Yacht Club Scotch Caps, Bucknell Magazine, and Scuttlebutt Sailing News.

Mrs. Miller lives in Rye, New York with her husband, three children and two dogs

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