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Speakers Bureau

The mission of the Speakers Bureau is to inspire and encourage middle school and high school students, especially under-represented minorities, to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields. Click here to volunteer with the Speaker's Bureau.

Our vision is:

  • To share with students why we love working in STEM careers
  • To explain to students the impact they can have on the world by working in STEM
  • To show students the diversity of real-life women and men in STEM. We look like them!

As a member of the Speakers Bureau you will have the opportunity to:

  • Speak at schools
  • Speak at career days
  • Speak at Summer Camps

To join the HTHH Speakers Bureau, complete this volunteer form. You’ll then be added to our Speakers Bureau mailing list and receive information about upcoming opportunities. If you have questions about the Speakers Bureau, please contact Kristen Parrish or Vicky Rupp.

Looking for a speaker for your STEM event? To request a speaker, complete our speaker request form.

Committee Member

To join a committee or support HTHH in other ways as a volunteer, contact Kristen Parrish, 214-567-3870. As a committee member, you can help with these types of activities:

  • Field Trip: Help plan and organize a field trip to your company or organization for the girls that attend the Physics camp. This event provides an opportunity for the girls to learn about the industry and hear from female engineers and technologists
  • Communications: Help with our web site and social media
  • Speakers Bureau: Assist in managing the speakers bureau; match volunteers with speaking opportunities 
  • Fund Raising: Share with potential donors your reasons for getting involved with High-Tech High Heels

To register as a volunteer (but not with the Speaker's Bureau), click here and sign up for the volunteer mailing list.

Wanda Gass
Executive Director

Texas Instruments employees and retirees