3D-printing 82,000 face shields during COVID-19 and building an instagrammable STEM pop up, to pave a new future for what STEM looks and feels like.
"To me, being a woman in STEM wasn’t about accepting male culture, it became about starting a female culture that is synonymous with engineering." (Medium)
Karina Popovich is an undergraduate student at Cornell University's prestigious Dyson School of Business where she is pursuing a career at the intersection of entrepreneurship, technology, and social impact. She has a blazing curiosity for all-things tech, specifically 3D-printing. During the pandemic, Karina founded Makers for COVID-19, a coalition of 350+ 3D-printer owners from around the world who 3D-printed and donated 82,000 units of PPE to medical workers in the United States and across the world. She was honored by Entrepreneurship at Cornell and the Clinton Global Initiative University COVID-19 Response Award for her recent work.More About Karina