Adriane Brown: MLK Leadership Award Winner Gives Inspiration to Girls in STEM

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Adriane Brown (MIT SM ’91) was eight years old in 1966, when she and her brother integrated a previously all-white school in Virginia. By sixth grade, she was class president. She’s been a leader ever since, in the corporate world and, most recently, in developing an intellectual property marketplace. This year, MIT recognized her professional and community contributions with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award.

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