Kareem Burney is an experienced biomedical engineering in Maryland.
He is an advocate for increasing the number of minorities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), helping students become interested in STEM and helping increase the success of minorities currently in STEM careers.
From 2001-2015 he has earned a Bachelors in Chemical Engineering, a Masters in Biomedical Engineering and works in the field of public health at the Food and Drug Administration.
In 2014 he successfully authored an op-ed in the Baltimore Sun advocating how to increase the number of minorities in STEM and in 2015 had a great expereince speaking to high school students in Washington DC on preparing for a STEM collegate career.
He often speaks on the following topics:
- how to select an undergraduate engineering degree
- how to prepare for a graduate school engineering program
- how to adjust and prepare from college to industry in the STEM profession
- how to build your brand and advance in a STEM profession
- Competent Communicator Award 2014- Toastmasters International
- Toastmasters Evaluation FDA Club Contest Winner 2014 - Toastmasters International
- Toastmasters Evaluation Area 71 Contest Winner 2014 - Toastmasters International