Home & Garden Home #SeeHer: Forging a Career in STEM From Will and Determination Sponsored by What's this? By Georgia-Pacific Updated June 16, 2020 Share Twitter Pinterest Email Home Green Living Pest Control Natural Cleaning DIY Family Thrift & Minimalism Sustainable Eating Women are making their mark in traditionally male industries, working in every STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) field. Georgia-Pacific is sharing the stories of some of their female employees as part of #SeeHer, an initiative from major advertisers aimed at eliminating bias against women and promoting equality so future generations will have the opportunities they deserve. RELATED: #SeeHer message to girls: Nothing is beyond reach Listen to the interview to hear how Karen Marsh, a woman of color raised by a single mother, blazed a path to becoming a chemical engineer in the U.S. Navy and ultimately an operations excellence specialist at Georgia-Pacific. Marsh describes how her mother went out of her way to put learning opportunities in front of her and pushed her to excel at every turn; how her time in the Navy taught her to be concerned about not just her own success but the success of those around her; why she thinks good leaders need to serve the people they lead; and why a healthy dose of humility is critical to a leader's success. Marsh also shares her advice for girls and why they should give science classes a chance, whether or not they see a career in STEM in their future. Ready to listen?