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Humility, alongside confidence
Respect, alongside honesty
Creativity, alongside innovation
Growth-focused, alongside accountability
Talents, alongside interests
Meet The Crew
Co-Founder and President
As a self-proclaimed change agent, Jasmine is motivated to inspire and uplift others into engineering and business by her unflinching ability to move things forward. She is a senior special projects engineer at Collins Aerospace who works on business transformation initiatives, engineering synergies, and various special assignments. One of the core ideas she attributes to her success is to “ask for forgiveness, not for permission”. She utilizes resourcefulness, strategic thinking, and motivation for continuous improvement to creatively navigate through any obstacle in her way. Throughout her career, she has always been a mentor and advocate for STEM enrichment programs as well as a diversity & inclusion leader. Jasmine has earned her BSE in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan. She completed her MSE in Interdisciplinary Engineering with a concentration in Systems Engineering at Purdue University and her MBA at Indiana University. Jasmine has been awarded the 2020 Women of Color STEM Community Service in Industry Award.
Dr. Brittany Wheeler
Co-Founder and Vice President
Dr. Brittany Wheeler is a Work Transfer Manager with over 8 years’ experience in Manufacturing & Operations. She grew up in Los Angeles, California with the aspiration to break societal barriers for young African American women. She had created and managed company Employee Resource Groups as she continues to drive diversity and inclusion initiatives throughout Collins Aerospace and within her community. Dr. Wheeler holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with focus in Aerospace and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Redlands as well as a Doctorate in Engineering Management from George Washington University. Dr. Wheeler has received several awards and positions being a high visible driver of diversity and inclusion throughout her career. She hopes to make a striking impact on “by making the uncommon common” as an African American female tech leader. Dr. Wheeler has received the 2021 Dave Barclay Affirmative Action BEYA Award.
Director of Communications
Anthonette, a National Board Certified Teacher in Early Adolescence Science, is our team’s STEM education guru. She is a Digital Systems Implementation Manager for Big Picture Learning, combining her love for technology, program management and education equity. Her experiences include teaching science in FL and Washington DC, serving as the education director at an informal STEM center in San Diego, and managing a national outreach program for computer science education. As the first person in her family to graduate from high school and college, she is passionate about providing students with mentors that they can identify with and relate to as well as increasing the number of women and underreported groups in STEM fields.
Director of Finance