Sistas in STEM wants to make sure that Black women and women of color, who are too often marginalized and underrepresented within the STEM field, never feel alone. Founder Brittany A.J. Miriki works for a top tech company and launched the organization to "STEMpower" fellow Black women and women of color to achieve their own career aspirations. The collective's work focuses on a three-part mission: educate, connect, and empower. This mission is furthered through the organization's STEMpowered Women podcast, a show that introduces listeners to some incredible STEM leaders and demonstrates the range of doors that the STEM field can open, from patent law to dermatology. The Podcast page links to the various platforms where listeners can tune in. Readers will also find a Blog, which includes both recaps of podcast episodes and some independent content. The organization's social media channels include Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube, and these accounts are linked at the bottom of the site under "Connect With Us." In this same spot, interested readers will see an option to sign up for the Sistas in STEM mailing list.