Thursday, January 7, 2016

Day 2: Girl Scouts at CES Roundup

You never know who is going to stop by Girls' STEM HQ at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas…

These Girl Scouts didn’t mind taking some time off from running the selfie wall for #genSTEMgirls to show Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo a little bit about how they’re using the technology of Digital Cookie to sell America’s favorite cookies!

Later, Girl Scouts of the USA CEO Anna Maria Chávez popped by Girls' STEM HQ and took time out for interviews with some of the Girl Scouts in attendance.

The Girl Scout correspondents also kept up their interviews with tech influencers, including a few Girl Scout alums, as they roamed the convention floor. Check them out below.

So, what can you do? Share a post on Twitter or Instagram telling us why you support more girls in STEM. Use #genSTEMgirls.

Erin Walline, a Girl Scout alumna and former cookie mom, is an engineer by training who heads up global customer experience for Dell.

Buzz Baldwin is the co-founder of 3D Printlife and explains how 3D printers work.

Dr. Cynthia Warrick runs an environmental science consultancy and is the former interim president of Grambling State University (and a proud Girl Scout alumna).

Check out the rest of today's videos from CES and look for more tomorrow.