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When Olympic gold medalist Brenda Villa opened up for questions at the 16th annual Young Women’s Leadership Summit, Columbia Middle School girls rushed the stage to learn more about the water polo star’s life. Villa was one of 130 women who attended the conference, many of whom lead and participated in interactive sessions with the girls aimed at drawing them into science, math and technology related careers.

The conference, put on by the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, is designed to empower middle school girls by engaging them with private and public sector leaders.
Brenda Villa is a four-time Olympic medalist who talked about her experience growing up in underprivileged area in Southern California and how her community supported her desire to play water polo. The middle school’s seventh and eighth grade girls joined nearly 380 middle school girls at the summit on April 28.
The keynote speaker was Emmy and Peabody award-winning journalist; producer and founder of A Woman’s Nation and The Shriver Report, Maria Shriver—better known as Patrick Schwarzenegger’s mom to the girls in attendance. The young women also got to break out into groups for a Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) activity organized by Lockheed Martin, where they designed and built Newton Scooters, small cars propelled by balloons.
A big priority for The Silicon Valley Leadership Group is to diversify the STEM field Kristina Peralta said.
To help address this, she said the group plans on continuing to expand the event each year so that it serves more girls.

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