Angie Gonzalez is a 5th year undergraduate student pursuing a dual-degree in Physics and Electrical Engineering at New York University. In the past, Angie has worked at NASA and Harris Corporation, and has garnered a NACME Scholarship, an INROADS Internship, and a Latinx Visiones Scholarship through INROADS. In addition to her academic excellence, Angie is passionate about social justice, diversity, and inclusion. She is currently the President of oSTEM at NYU, the Lead Mentor for the Hurricane Maria Mentorship Program at NYU, and an Admissions Director for the Out for Undergrad Engineering Conference. For her Point Foundation Community Service Project, Angie has a created an Instagram page (@OutInEngineering) to engage high school students, college students, and young professionals in conversations surrounding marginalized identities and professionalism. Following graduation, Angie will work as a GLOS Engineer at Northrop Grumman.