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Katy Croff Bell was interviewed for the December 2020 issue of National Geographic Magazine about why diversity is so important for science and exploration. “If we’re actually going to explore the entire ocean...we need new communities of people to be involved.” 

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Systems R&D Lead Engineer Dr. Jessica Sandoval was recently named to The Explorers Club 50 Explorers to Watch. "I hope to lead by example and show that a Latina woman can push past barriers of representation and change the notion of what it means to be an ocean explorer."

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Female scientists have weathered bias, lack of support, and unsafe work environments since the dawn of oceanography. Could recent initiatives, technology, and awareness chart the way to safer waters?

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The "My Deep Sea, My Backyard" project aims to allow previously marginalized communities to step into the deep sea conversation by giving them the capability to explore, understand, and manage their deep sea backyard.

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CBS's "Mission Unstoppable" Features Katy Croff Bell

Be inspired by female STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) superstars in leading fields including social media, entertainment, animals, design, and the internet.

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The partnership is a natural extension of Slack for Good’s mission to increase the number of historically underrepresented individuals in tech, and it ties into Slack’s broader sustainability effort. 

Katy Croff Bell featured on National Geographic's Women of Impact

In her two decades of working in marine science and deep sea exploration, Dr. Katy Croff Bell has set her sights on having more women leaders on board. 

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