Alison Nicole Logia
Alison (she/her) is a first-generation low-income college graduate from Stanford University with a bachelors in Engineering and honors in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality studies. Alison is a published author, and has won a national title presenting her engineering research. Alison is proud to be a queer, Latinx, Native Pacific Islander woman in tech, and she volunteers her time to mentor students and uplift underrepresented communities in STEM. Alison began her Diversity & Inclusion work at Snapchat, and now Alison is a Competitive Intelligence Researcher at Apple. Her research and analytics helps Apple executives make data-driven decisions supporting diverse and equitable hiring long-term.
March 20th Day 1
WOC in Stem Panel
The career fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are becoming more competitive than ever, and with each passing day, groundbreaking discoveries are being made by the greatest minds out there. News flash - that includes women, and especially women of color! The preconceived notion that these jobs are meant for men is harmful not only to female representation, but to STEM industries themselves. It’s time for these girl geniuses to spotlighted, appreciated, and recognized for all the work they have done.