Our 5th annual Visionary Expo on April 29 2017. Over 350 youth and volunteers from 19 Community STEM Clubs across the GTHA celebrating STEM learning!

STEM Day on March 18, 2017 held in partnership with the University of Toronto Mississauga. Over 80 youth from 9 of our community STEM clubs exploring science at the university!

A quick look at the impact of our Community STEM Clubs on participants and volunteers! 


October 25, 2018- Toronto Star: Growing up, she dared not dream she could be a scientist. Now she’s helping hundreds of kids believe it's possible

An in-depth piece exploring CEO Dr. Eugenia Duodu’s path to science and how her commitment to increasing STEM access is opening doors for youth across Toronto.

October 25, 2018- Chatelaine: The Secret To Encouraging Your Kid’s Interest In STEM

Written by Dr. Eugenia Dudou herself, our Executive Director and CEO reflects on the important role that parents play and how her own mother fiercely advocated for her to have a place in STEM.


November 12, 2017- TedxToronto Conference

Dr. Eugenia Duodu shares her journey to becoming "an unlikely scientist", what it meant to grow up with few role models that looked like her and navigating crippling impostor syndrome as a low-income youth.


May 19, 2017- Global National: Everyday Hero

Our CEO, Eugenia Duodu and Visions of Science were featured in Global News' Everyday Hero segment. Watch below!


February 23, 2017- CBC's HerStory in Black

Our CEO, Eugenia Duodu was featured in HERstory in Black and honoured amongst 150 Black Canadian Women who have made notable achievements in their fields and in the community! Eugenia's story was highlighted as well as her work in leading Visions of Science.

 Eugenia Duodu is the CEO of Visions of Science. (Leilah Dhore)

Eugenia Duodu is the CEO of Visions of Science. (Leilah Dhore)

Read the article here and watch the segment from CBC's the National below.

Two women from different backgrounds find ways to succeed in their own fields and then use their success to give back to their community. 

Inspiring stories from Anayah Phares (0.00) and Eugenia Duodu (3.25)