The mexican american, Annette Mendoza it has managed to break down the gender barriers that are still found in our society.
He studied Mechanical Engineering at the Tecnologico de Monterrey Ciudad Juárez campus and is pursuing his doctorate at the NASA’s Lyndon B. Johnson Institute.
He was born in the step texasdaughter of Mexicans and has mentioned that one of the motivators she has had for not giving up was thinking that this career still has a low percentage of women enrolled or graduated.
Therefore, not only did he strive to successfully complete his degree, but he also studied for a master’s degree in the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)in order to demonstrate that established stereotypes can be broken.
Also, one of the qualities that has characterized this Mexican is her perseverance to achieve the dreams she has had throughout her life.
Annette managed to get her place on the Ph.D. Lyndon B. Johnson Institute with contributions to study projects of the moon and the red planet.
And it is precisely that the Moon is one of the celestial bodies that have caused the most fascination for the 29-year-old Mexican.
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“Honestly, I have a deep fascination with the moon and the way it can possibly change its orbit despite not being fixed, but both the moon and the earth drift apart every year. I wonder how the other planets would counter gravity with their respective moons in millions of years,” she noted in a social media post by Ella Annette.
Despite the fact that she is just studying for her doctorate, she plans to continue collaborating on various projects at NASA and be an example that there are no “Men’s Races”.