Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths - STEM
We are passionate about STEM! To tackle our current and future global challenges we need a bigger, stronger and more diverse STEM workforce.
Stemazing is dedicated to inspiration and inclusion in STEM.
Our mission is to empower women in STEM to shine and inspire young people to become our next generation of innovators and problem-solvers.
Let's create a movement and make a difference through STEM.
The future looks bright with STEM
Join our Stemazing movement and make a difference through STEM.
Approach life with curiosity.
Approach challenges with creativity.
Approach opportunities with courage.
Our Founder and CEO
Alexandra Knight is an award-winning engineer, presenter and diversity advocate. She is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Fellow of the Women's Engineering Society, a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor at Brunel University and a STEM Ambassador. She worked in engineering industry for over 15 years before focussing full time on Stemazing.
Alex strives to be a visible role model. She has featured on TV shows like Channel 5's Ancient Engineering and Curiosity Stream's The Year That Rocked the World, and regularly speaks at schools, universities and industry conferences as a technical expert and diversity champion.
"My mission as STEMAZING CEO is to empower more women in STEM to be confident visible role models and inspire the next generation through STEM to build a more diverse and inclusive future STEM workforce."
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“We are honoured to have Alexandra Knight here - her enthusiasm and passion for supporting female engineering
students is evidenced by her commitment to the mentoring programme for 5 years. I know she will change lives.”
Giselle Hayward, Brunel University London
“You've inspired so many students!”
Adam Corre, Primary School Teacher
“Alex was once in my position, she knows what it’s like, she knows what it takes. For me it doesn’t get more real than that. Her words of encouragement and examples have really stuck with me. She inspires me to work hard and smart with my career and studies. She makes being a woman in engineering look easy! I owe a lot of my current confidence with networking and job applications to her”
Damola Olojo, mentee
Why we need a stronger, more diverse STEM workforce...
...To solve our current and future global challenges!
These Sustainable Development Goals were developed by the UN to highlight our global challenges and what we should be aiming for together.
STEM is the key to solving many of these challenges. We need more scientists, engineers and innovators to create and deliver the solutions that will improve our World!