Natalie is an Aerospace Engineer and avid adventurer. Extraordinary experiences have shaped her career and passions; whether learning to fly, driving a solar-powered car across North America, or building space robotics. She is the 2013 recipient of the University of Calgary Graduate of the Last Decade Award, was named on Forbes 2015 30 under 30, and received the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering Diversity and Equity Alumni Award in 2018.
A quick note to all the young people out there passionate about the world, whom are curious, whom might be interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math: I want to talk about something that has been on my mind for the past few weeks. A friend recently reached out to see if I would connect with an amazing young woman pursuing a love for space and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)…. Read More
Krystle Wright is one of my favorite adventure photographers – her collection of work is equal parts spectacular and inspiring. Her latest film in collaboration with Outdoor Research – Where The Wild Things Play – is no exception. Spend four minutes indulging in this homage to all the badass, adventurous ladies we know!! [Video Still: Krystle Wright]
150 amazing regional finalists are moving on to the next round of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge! The Challenge asked Canadian students from Grades 6 through 12 to identify issues in their local communities and develop solutions through Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Being able to engage Canadian students with a fun, educational STEM challenge that ultimately will benefit their communities for the next 150 years is something I am… Read More