TECBio 2018 Alumna Jenea Adams has founded an online accessible network seeking “to amplify the voices, and foster community amongst, Black womxn in the computational biology field across the diaspora.” Those who join can be a part of a wide network with access to community emails and a Slack channel.

From their website: “We are an intersectional community of Black women who are working toward (or interested in) a career that combines computational and quantitative sciences with Biology. Our community is comprised of womxn across all degree and professional levels from an array of backgrounds in biology, computer science, mathematics, bioengineering, chemistry, physics, medicine, public health data science, and much more refining their unique skillset to answer biological questions through a computational and quantitative lens.”

For more information, please visit the network’s website by clicking here.

Jenea Adams