TIES Founder Recognized as Notable Woman in STEM

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What defines notable? TIES founder and inspirational leader Jan Morrison. On February 25, 2019, Jan Morrison, TIES founder and managing partner, was included in Crain’s Cleveland Business Notable Women in STEM. According to the publication, the list is of “exceptional women” in Northeast Ohio who “bring a broad range of skills, talent and innovations to bear on the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Thanks to their leadership, mentoring and example, young women throughout Northeast Ohio and beyond can envision and secure a future for themselves in STEM.”

Jan has always made it her professional and personal mission — and passion — to connect partners in order to make STEM accessible to all learners throughout the world. Over the years, her work has included collaborating with Cleveland visionaries to design the MC2 STEM High School, partnering with the Bay Area Discovery Museum to launch the early childhood Digital Fabrication Lab, designing the El Maadi STEM School for Girls in Egypt and participating in last year’s federal STEM Summit at the White House that resulted in the five-year strategic plan “Charting a Course for Success: America’s Strategy for STEM Education.”

Congratulations Jan Morrison on your recognition as a Notable Woman in STEM.

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