A non-profit organization that develops New Orleans area girls into confident leaders and role models in technology by creating a community where girls can learn science, technology, engineering, and math skills with and from each other.
Flor Serna & Maya Ramos
Flor Serna (Founder, Executive Director)
Flor Serna, Founder and Executive Director of Electric Girls, holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Technology from Loyola University, with minors in business and computer science. In 2015, as a response to her experience as the only female recording engineer at Vital Sounds Recording, she founded Electric Girls to develop leadership skills in young girls through their learning of electronics and computer programming skills. Electric Girls has served more than 150 girls in the greater New Orleans area. Flor previously taught STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) to fourth – seventh graders at Louise S. McGehee School and is currently the part-time director of the production studio and Mobile Idea Lab at St. Martin’s Episcopal School.
Maya Ramos (Assistant Director)
Maya Ramos, Assistant Director of Electric Girls, is a candidate for her Bachelor of Arts in Music Industry Studies and Piano Performance at Loyola University. Maya directs all Electric Girls programming. Her interests and expertise in science and technology stem from a year studying biomedicine at UCLA and being a researcher’s assistant at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.