The Coalition of Black Women in Engineering

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About Us

Coalition of Black Women in Engineering aims to inspire and uplift young black women and girls to pursue engineering and create a positive impact on the community.

To our future members

On behalf of the Coalition of Black Women in Engineering (CBWE) at LSU, we welcome you into our new organization and express our extreme gratitude for you interest in supporting CBWE. CBWE LSU was founded October of 2021 and it is one of the newest and fastest organization in the College of Engineering at Louisiana State University (LSU). CBWE serves a very special group of minority students; while Black Women are recognized as the minority who seeks college degrees, nationally only 3.2 percent of African American express interest in engineering majors, compared to the 14.6 percent of black males. It is inevitable that such low representation numbers result in challenges of these young women. CBWE's mission is two pronged: One, is to promote engineering majors among Black Women. And two, to provide a venue and safe space for the mentorship, support and growth of Black Women pursuing engineering degrees.

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Our Team

Halle Roach Profile

Halle Roach

Event Chair
Jaliyah Hoyt Profile

Jaliyah Hoyt

Asia Roubion Profile

Asia Roubion

Nnenna Eke Profile

Nnenna Eke

Communications Chair
Cameron Bonds Profile

Cameron Bonds

Community Outreach Chair
Brittany Williams Profile

Brittany Williams

Mignon Nelson Profile

Mignon Nelson



The Coalition of Black Women in Engineering

Campus Life
Baton Rouge Louisiana 70803
United States