“If/Then She Can” exhibit inspires future generation of female STEM leaders (includes video story)

The “If/Then She Can” exhibit has traveled to museums across Washington, D.C. It is part of a movement celebrating the lives of 120 leading women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics that is inspiring a young generation of females to follow the same career path.

The If/Then movement (#IfThenSheCan) also provides grants to professionals in the STEM field to become ambassadors and role models for younger generations.

“If/Then She Can” was available for limited viewing at the Central Park Zoo and Dallas Love Field Airport in 2020, but was fully unveiled at the NorthPark Center in Dallas in 2021.

The exhibit can be seen for the duration of Women’s History Month in multiple museums across the nation’s capital and on the National Mall from March 5 to March 27.