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Zena Howard to speak to Immaculata STEM students during National African American History Month


DURHAM, NC—Zena Howard, a Triangle-based architect and one of only 0.2 percent African American females in the field, was the lead architect on the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. She is scheduled to speak to students at Immaculata Catholic School on Wednesday, February 8, about her experience as part of the school’s weekly STEM Speaker Series and annual African American heritage celebration.