Supriya Hobbs and Janna Eaves both always had an interest in the engineering sciences, says the Huffington Post, but after their initial meeting in their early college years, the pair realized just how rare it was for other young women to pursue science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields as careers.
So they decided to do something about it.
A college mentor encouraged Hobbs and Eaves to take their idea to a startup competition on their campus in 2013 and work on a solution to this persistent problem. Within one night of brainstorming, Hobbs and Eaves built the founding idea for Miss Possible.
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