LAURITA B. ALOMASSOR is a scientist and founder of STEMBrains.com. She has worked in the federal sector for the past 13 years on a variety of projects focused on geographical information systems analysis, physical oceanography, strategic planning and environmental policy. She is honored for her scientific contributions in “Inspiring Minds: African Americans in Science and Technology,” a permanent exhibit at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, MI.
As a STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) advocate, Laurita frequently speaks at K-12 schools and often visits her hometown to discuss career advice and opportunities with high school students.
Laurita’s passion for STEM education inspired her to create STEMBrains. Through this organization, Laurita hopes to create the future scientists, computer experts, engineers, and mathematicians of tomorrow.
In her spare time, Laurita enjoys scenic trail bike rides with her husband, reading books, and traveling.