A brilliant American Lady, Mya Christinee has celebrated her achievement of becoming an Aerospace Engineer after earning a degree from the Pennsylvania State University in the United States.
Mya Christinee who shared her excitement on Twitter noted that she is the only black graduate Aerospace Engineer in her set. “Dear Old State, I Just Need Some Space,” she wrote on Twitter.
“After the most rewarding 4 years of my life, I am officially a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Aerospace Engineering! oh & i’m the ONLY black grad,” she said.
Christinee shared her story alongside several beautiful images of her graduation ceremony. She expressed pride in being an inspiration to Black Women in STEM and women at large.
Christinee joins the league of exceptional women in the United States that became Aerospace Engineers. One notable woman is Dajae Williams who became an Aerospace Engineer by mistake.
Dajae Williams had love for music as a kid but her teacher at Kirkwood High School in Missouri, United States mistakenly enrolled her in honours geometry and changed the course of her passion.
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Although she was enrolled by mistake, Dajae Williams was able to show her brilliance in the science course. After High School, Dajae Williams enrolled on an Aerospace Engineering course at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Missouri, United States.
Read more about Dajae Williams HERE.