Meet the Team
Nevada Girls In STEM
Our accomplished team of female student leaders seeks to encourage and inspire girls and underrepresented communities to engage in STEM subjects and aspires to help build a community of inclusivity in STEM industries.
Angelina is passionate about STEM and is ranked first in the Class of '24 at Ed.W. Clark High School, where she established the school's Women In STEM club. She is a published, award-winning author and nationally-ranked golfer. Angelina is co-founder of Neuroscience for Athletes. She has conducted research on the effects of EEG and brainwave signals on golf-putting performance, bridging her love of STEM and golf. A recipient of the Princeton Book Award and AP Scholar With Distinction, among many other awards, Angelina's biggest reward comes from giving back to her community. Angelina looks forward to leading Nevada Girls In STEM's mission to increase opportunities for girls and young women in STEM.
Cameron is a student leader and athlete at Ed.W. Clark High School with a passion for promoting gender equality and diversity in STEM fields. She is an officer in numerous STEM clubs, co-founder and president of Neuroscience for Athletes, and founded Dentistry for Kidz, a non-profit organization and podcast that educates young kids about oral health. Cameron is a nationally-ranked junior golfer, with more than 100 wins. Cameron co-authored a published book with her sister, Angelina, and is the recipient of the President's Volunteer Service Award-Gold Medal, among many other recognitions. Cameron is excited to serve and to help other girls develop their skills and passions in STEM.
Isabella is passionate about serving her community and is an accomplished scholar. She is a student at Odyssey Charter School with a Dual-Enrollment at UNLV. Isabella first became involved in Nevada Girls In STEM in the summer of 2022 as a participant in our behind-the-scenes tour of the UNLV Engineering School. Since then, Isabella, along with the NV Girls In STEM team, led hands-on science demonstrations for more than 500 youth who visited the NV Girls In STEM booth at the 2023 Las Vegas Science and Technology Festival. Isabella is a youth activist in Nevada, including involvement with the Nevada Youth Legislature and advocating for Asian American Pacific Islander Youth through the AAPI Youth Summit.
Founder and Chair
Lauren established Nevada Girls in STEM in 2021 to empower and inspire young women to succeed in STEM fields. She believes the world is uplifted when women support each other to succeed. Since its inception in 2021, NV Girls In STEM has received national recognition from the National Center for Women In Technology with ASPIRE Impact Award. Lauren is a graduate of West Career & Technical Academy and its Biotechnology Program. Lauren's passion for making a positive impact led her to represent more than 40,000 youth in the Nevada Youth Legislature, where she testified on behalf of state laws increasing educational resources. Lauren is a 2023 Coca-Cola Scholar, AJGA Rolex Scholastic All-American, Harvard Prize Book recipient, Heisman High School Award recipient, and winner of several Scholastic Art & Writing awards. Lauren attends Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, and plans to concentrate on History & Science with a secondary in Economics.