Jacqueline Means – STEM Queen and Passionate Advocate for STEM Education
Jacqueline Means is a 17 year old native to Southbridge, Wilmington, which, unfortunately, is also known as Murdertown USA. She is also the proud founder of the Wilmington Urban STEM Initiative, an organization dedicated to bringing STEM to the underprivileged girls of Wilmington. Jacqueline is certainly changing the stigma surrounding Wilmington by being an advocate for STEM education. She has been featured on many national television shows, including the Steve Harvey Show, the Today Show, Dr. Oz, Access Hollywood, and many others. Jacqueline is also Miss Delaware’s Outstanding Teen for the Miss America Organization!
Learn more about her on IG @STEMQueenDE and website www.STEM-Queen.com!