We would like to ask you a no-conventional request this evening.
Today is the birthday of a very special woman, who we really admire, and as recognition of her hard work, we would like to get her a job opportunity.
She is an incredible professional, highly qualified and very focused, but, as every woman, she has faced some challenges to get a rewarding job.
She was denied admission to some universities, both as a student and a teacher but as she says, life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing must be attained. As you can see she is also optimistic.
Even though her efforts, sometimes her legacy is diminished by her late husband’s fame and notoriety and, as most of us, must work twice harder to get recognition.
Can you please share the profile bellow? She is interested in scientific research; mainly physics, chemistry, and mathematics, but she also has experience as a tutor, governess, laboratory technician, teacher, and radiologist…
Women Inside Trade Team
Maria Sklodowska (aka Marie Curie)
Education: four Honorary Doctorates, one Doctorate degree, two Master degrees (Physics and Mathematics).
Major Accomplishments: responsible for coining the term radioactivity and theorizing the concept, in addition to discovering two elements polonium and radium and finding techniques for isolating radioactive isotopes.
Awards and Tributes: Nobel Prize in Physics (1903), Davy Medal (1903), Matteucci Medal (1904), Actonian Prize (1907), Elliott Cresson Medal (1909), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1911), and Franklin Medal of the American Philosophical Society (1921).