Girls Talk Steam – Welcome to World Woman Foundation

Women should share carreer knowledge no matter the generation.

Women make up only 28% of the workforce in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), and men vastly outnumber women majoring in most STEM fields in college.

The gender gaps are particularly high in some of the fastest-growing and highest-paid jobs of the future, like computer science and engineering.

Young girls choose their profession according to  the female models that inspire them.

Young girls sympathize with a lot of influencers on social media, but they do not have enough career influencers to inspire & motivate them to follow 
a career in STEAM.

It's time to
reframe "Girls Talk"
in pop culture.

Gen Z showed us that their “girls talk” is not just about fashion and celebrities – but about mental health, climate change, inclusivity, equal opportunities, and more.

Our Mission

Our mission is to focus on the similarities between Millennial women and Gen Z girls, not on what differentiates them.


By bringing together successful women working in STEAM with young girls in search of career inspiration.

All in order to start a very necessary talk:

The STEAM talk.

A World Woman Foundation Initiative
At World Woman Foundation in partnership with the most influential women in STEAM around the world, we bring one of its find platforms with workshops, hands-on activities, panel discussions, and an interactive industry showcase where girls can connect with mentors in each of these fields.

This series gives young girls the space to learn about various topics and careers from experts and mentors in science, technology, engineering, arts and design, and math.

Let’s connect young girls with women in STEAM who can help them to reimagine the future.


Research suggests:

Gender Stereotypes:

STEM fields are often viewed as masculine, and teachers and parents often undervalue girls’ math abilities starting as early as preschool.

Male-Dominated Cultures:

Because fewer women learn and work in STEM, these fields perpetuate unreasonable male-dominated cultures that do not support women and minorities.

Lack Of Role Models:

Girls have fewer role models to inspire their interest in these fields, seeing limited examples of female scientists and engineers in books, media, and popular culture.

There are even fewer Black women role models in math and science.

Math Anxiety:

Teachers, who are predominantly women, often have math anxiety they pass on to girls, and they usually grade girls harder for the same work and assume girls need to work harder to achieve the same level as boys.


Today the world needs people
who care about science.

That’s exactly what #GirlsTalkSteam does
by using the power of pop culture to unlock
a new future for girls around the world.

Share your story on #GirlsTalkSTEAM:

So we can invite successful women,
  just like You to get featured
on #GirlsTalkSTEAM.

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Please help us fund the future generation of courageous females, creative changemakers, problem solvers, wonder seekers, and nerds.