Whether applied and finite like bridge building or flexible like molecular fusion theory, science shapes the world around us and how we interact with it. But it is only as good as the people involved and the research developed - without new brainpower and resources, science becomes stagnant and obsolete. Several GBS speakers from various backgrounds are available to discuss science’s evolution, current status and future projections at your next academic or organization-specific event. Explore the list below to learn more about our speakers.
Founder, Black Girls Code; Aspen Institute Fellow; 2015 Apple STEM Partner
Kimberly Bryant Coming from humble beginnings, Kimberly Bryant is no stranger to hard work. As a young girl, she developed an uncommon passion for math and science which eventually lead her to the prestigious Vanderbilt University where she majored in Electrical Engineering and minored in Math. Often being the only minority in her classes, she entered the work force in the same predicament. This disconnect continued int...
Renowned behavioral neuroscientist and author who specializes neuroimaging to remediate neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood.
Dr. Jeheudi Mes O. Vuai As a clinician-practitioner, Jeheudi is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He is licensed and certified in Florida. He holds the Diplomate from the American Board of School Neuropsychology. He is former member of the American Psychological Association and the National Association of School Psychologists. He is President/CEO of Gray Matter Neurobehavioral Solutions, LLC. He provides com...