AAUW has named Sue Metz of Greensboro as the new liaison for North Carolina for the National Girls Collaborative Project
Nicole Callahan, Program Associate for NGCP in Washington, D.C., worked with AAUW NC to recruit the new liaison. Sue Metz is an educator who has worked with the NSF funded gender equity program, “GET SET, GO,” out of Wake Forest Univ. and with other programs and projects for educational outreach locally in Guilford County.
Sue will be beginning to help The Science House Girls Collaborative by working with funded projects, and will be using her contacts through the AAUW to develop AAUW mentors to act as resource people for projects throughout our state. (replacing Jennifer McDaniel of Florida whom many of you met at the 2008 convention). She will be working with Janet Bailey of the Science House to further the NGCP program in the state.
AAUW NC members know Sue, a member of the Greensboro branch, from her service on the AAUW NC board. If you have questions or want to share information about your STEM projects, you can find her listed on the state contact page.