Dr. Jamie M. Bracey is the Director of Temple University’s new Center for Inclusive Competitiveness, housed at the College of Engineering. The Center’s mandate is to advance inclusive economic mobility through STEM pathways leading to careers and business start ups in urban sustainability industries. Dr. Bracey's systems thinking has yielded international recognition for scalable pre-college programs in engineering and computer science for African American and Hispanic/Latinx students. In addition to applied research, she is a thought leader for the City of Philadelphia Digital Literacy Alliance, the Pennsylvania Department of Education's STEM Advisory Board, the PA Computer Science for All initiative, the STEMbees Girls in STEM NGO Board (Ghana), the KAD ICT Advisory Board (Nigeria), the PA Black Women Leadership Council’s Equity Investment Fund and the PA Governor's Advisory Council on Diversity, Inclusion and Small Business Opportunities. She has recently been recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal as a 2018 "Change Agent" for Education, named a Fellow of the Global African Scientific Institute and is the proud recipient the 2018 George Washington Carver Science Fair Lifetime Achievement Award for STEM Advocacy.