Ive J. Jones
Young Women In STEM Conference
Beyond being the founder of the Young Women In STEM Conference, Princeton University Student, Ive Jumadeh Jones is an award winning choreographer and future Global Health professional. Passionate about the intersections between scientific contributions from women of color, she began a conference with the mission of connecting big STEM companies such as SAS, CISCO,Ecodyst and Duke Health with ambitious and driven young girls. Her goal is to bring her conference across the globe and give professional advice to the next generation. Jones has already begun taking college courses in Global Health at the University of Southern California, and aims to get her PhD in Global Health to advocate for international health policy as a leading official in either WHO, or the US Government. Her particular passion is in sexual and reproductive for marginalized groups (LGBTQ, Homeless, and LMIC populations), as well as pharmaceutical access and patent expense reduction.