A native of Miami, Florida and an alumnus of Florida A&M University, Ms. Tokiwa T. Smith is a social entrepreneur and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) educator with over 10 years’ experience working in education and philanthropy. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Science, Engineering and Mathematics Link Inc. a nonprofit organization that exposes urban youth to STEM and CEO of Kemet Educational Services, a STEM educational consulting firm. Ms. Smith is also a writer and workshop speaker on topics in STEM education and professional development. She has her own blog, The Science Socialite, where she writes about her journey as a social entrepreneur and STEM educator. Ms. Smith’s work has been featured in several media outlets. In 2013 she was named as one Ebony Magazine’s 10 Black Twitter Tweeps to Watch! and in 2014, she was featured on NPR’s Tell Me More Women Digital Thinkers Tweet for A Day. In 2014, she wrote her first book, A Guide to Hosting STEM Events. She currently resides near Atlanta, Georgia.
Three words that describe Tokiwa:
tenacious, adaptable, laughter