Electric Girls

About Electric Girls

Electric Girls was founded in Spring 2015 by Flor Serna as a response to her experience as the only female recording engineer at Vital Sounds Recording out of Loyola University. Quickly joined by Maya Ramos, the pair founded Electric Girls to develop leadership skills in young girls through their learning of electronics and computer programming skills.
​ Electric Girls first summer camp consisted of just 6 girls - Electric Girls now has served hundreds of girls in the greater New Orleans area through summer camps, after school partnerships, weekend programs, in-school programs, and one-day workshops, and has expanded to multiple New Orleans schools and age ranges (5-14).


AmeriCorps VISTA and STEM Instructor

May 2020 - August 2020 New Orleans, LA
“I absolutely loved working with such a loving and resilient team! At a time of much uncertainty, I was rather unsure as to whether or not Tulane WaveCorps would still proceed with the summer opportunities. However, upon learning that the positions were going to be held remotely, I was all the more excited to work with Electric Girls, a local nonprofit whose mission is to support young female leaders in pursuing interests within the STEM sphere! I learned so many skills and lessons along the way, from grant research to curriculum building. Such an experience has truly fostered within me a greater passion for working with children!”
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