The women of The Weather Channel are fiercely intelligent and bold and are trailblazers in the field of meteorology! They bring an unparalleled amount of expertise to the network, and without them The Weather Channel wouldn’t be where it is today. Today, and every day, we celebrate our Women in Weather and their accomplishments. They’re an inspiration to millions of females who are, or will be, working in STEM fields. Let’s hear it for our awesome ladies!
Learn about how awesome and groundbreaking each female meteorologist at The Weather Channel is by checking out their personalized articles!
Stephanie is such an inspiration when it comes to not just understanding the science of meteorology, but explaining it in a fun way. When she says that the atmosphere is like a hamburger, it helps to visualize the many layers of the atmosphere and why certain kinds of weather happen. – Kelly Cass
Liana started as a forecaster in meteorology – a very male-dominated field – and then went on to work in local TV and The Weather Channel. She’s proof that hard work is the way to follow your dreams. – Jen Carfagno
Jen is encouraging and dedicated to uplifting other female scientists, making them excited to pursue meteorology, which admire so much about her. – Liana Brackett
Kelly is not only a solid meteorologist, but is a solid co-worker as well! She’s constantly getting up to date on the latest information and bringing people what they need to know with each segment. She really shines in whatever role she is in. – Dr. Erika Navarro
Back in 2005 I was Maria LaRosa’s intern, and shadowing her for a summer made me want to pursue a career in meteorology. We had so much fun and her love of science and weather is infectious! – Alex Wilson
Dr. Navarro is an integral part of The Weather Channel family because it’s important to show girls and women they can be science boss ladies too! – Stephanie Abrams
Alex’s sense of humor makes her fun and interesting to watch on TV (and even better to be friends with!). Before you know it, you’re smiling AND learning about meteorology. – Maria LaRosa
In conclusion, females in STEM rock. Women in weather everywhere rock. The women of The Weather Channel rock. Females can look to these seven women and feel encouraged to pursue careers that involve science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, and know that they can succeed!