Kai Robinson, Senior Human Resources Generalist – The Boeing Company
Wins Prestigious Women of Color STEM Award
Kai received the ALL STAR Award
Kai Robinson received one of industry's most important honors in science, technology,
engineering, and math (STEM) during the Women of Color (WOC) STEM Conference —
Digital Twin Experience (DTX).
WOC DTX 2021—a Multicultural Event—will be held October 7-9. This year's theme, "Reset to
Rise: It's A New Day!" reflects the global push to overcome the challenges of 2020 and move
For more than two decades, awards presented at this leading conference have served the dual
purpose of showcasing outstanding achievements in STEM and highlighting the significant
barriers for women in the workforce. Recognition is more critical than ever as women's
representation among the STEM occupational clusters has not changed markedly since 2016.
Women made up a quarter or fewer of workers in computing and engineering in 2019.
According to Monica Emerson, National Chair of the Women of Color in STEM Conference,
"Kai Robinson was selected because she is among an extraordinary group of forward-thinking
people in STEM. "This year, the nominees represented the most diverse collection of executive
professionals we have had the pleasure of evaluating. From managers to vice presidents, they
stand out as superior authorities in their respective fields."
Since 1995, awards presented at the Women of Color Conference have honored excellence
andunderscored the under-representation of women at senior levels. For 26 years, employers
committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion have chosen the conference as the place toshare
best practicesandstrategies to attract and keep women in scientific and technical fields.
WOC DTX will host multiple digital presentation events, where Kai Robinson will be
recognized in addition to all award recipients for their significant accomplishments in STEM.
Over the three-day event, forums will focus ontheretention of women in STEM, continuous
The annual Women of Color STEM Conference—A Multicultural Event is produced by Career
Communications Group Inc. (CCG), the leader in workforce diversity. For 26 years, the Women
of Color STEM Conference has been a leading event for professional development and
networking. CCG works with big and small employers to promote multiculturalism and equity in STEM fields.
For more information about WOC DTX 2021, visit www.womenofcolor.net.