STEM Queen from Wilmington

Yesterday on The View, Jacqueline Means better known as the STEM Queen was recognized as part of their Black History Month Celebration.


Jacqueline Means aka “STEM Queen” is the founder of the Wilmington Urban STEM Initiative. She started the initiative to empower girls and increase their interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) through her innovative STEM education program and her Girls Empowerment STEM Events!

STEM Queen
STEM Queen and Students

Jaqueline is an awesome young woman and you can learn more about her at her website. Congratulations Jaqueline – we are proud of you and proud that you are a part of Black History here in Delaware and now everywhere!

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These are the featured posts from Traffic Jam Weekend #220…


  Kimberly chose How to not travel like a ‘Merican. Let’s Make Overseas Travel Classy Again! from The Hungry Mountaineer. “No matter what your politics are, you will laugh out loud at this hilarious traveling post. Helpful tips along with some clever humor.”     Michelle chose St.Valentine’s Day Inspiring Crochet Ideas – free patterns from The Little Treasures. “While I won’t make anything in time for this year, I have my eye on one pattern for next.”     Evelyn chose DIY: my new knitted lampshade / my new knitted lampshade from Moois van Mie. “This is brilliant. I crochet but have never thought of making a lampshade.”     Antionette chose A Single Lady’s Guide to Valentine’s Day from Sunshine and Elephants. “Whether we are single or married, we all can enjoy some time with our female friends.”     Tracy chose Flourless Chocolate Torte from Create With Joy. “This looks amazing. I am going to try to make this for my husband. I love all things chocolate!”   Sonni chose Where to Stay in Puerto Rico from Life Style Travel. “I am going to Puerto Rico in a couple of months. I have a plane ticket but no accommodations yet. This post gives me some things to consider.”     Laurie chose Roasted Veggies with Maple Dijon Sauce from Every Ready. “It looks so good and healthy too. I love how she included information on heart health and nutrition. I am looking forward to trying this recipe as I am struggling to change to healthier meal choices for our family.”   The post with the most views was What the Hell is wrong with you? from Agent 54.   Thank you featured bloggers for sharing! Your posts will be pinned (slowly but surely) to the Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party Pinterest board. Please grab a special Traffic Jam Weekend featured button below to display on your blog.  
Being A Wordsmith

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