Jasmine Sadler, MBA, influential member of the Collaborative’s Advisory Council and its Diversity and Out-of-School-Time Committees, has published a very helpful manual for beginning professionals. Though addressing STEM careers, the book is applicable to early-stage professionals in any careers.
It offers helpful advice on identity, interpersonal relationships, time management, planning for the future, work-life balance, and much more. It guides young adults through the complexities of beginning a promising career.
Ms. Sadler also is CEO of the STEAM Collaborative, which develops leaders to promote success for underrepresented groups. She integrates her degree in aerospace engineering with her training as a ballerina to enhance the education of diverse students though integrating STEM and the arts. Winner of numerous awards, Ms. Sadler was recently selected as an IF/THEN Ambassador by the prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The IF/THEN Ambassadors are females who have made a significant contribution to STEM. Her statue, along with those of other IF/THEN Ambassadors, was on view this spring in Washington DC. They were on view at the Smithsonian Castle and participating Smithsonian galleries across the National Mall. Ms. Sadler has an MBA and is currently pursuing a doctorate in educational leadership.
To find out more about the book, go to: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0991052153
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