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Carolyn Noe

Carolyn Noe


Super Heroines, Etc.

I am Executive Director of Super Heroines, Etc., a 501c3 nonprofit with over 1500 members - check us out at Our mission is encourage women to embrace their inner nerd. Join us in St. Louis at one of our many events, including SHE in the Pub - an informal evening of learning, cre...





Super Heroines, Etc.

Executive Director

When I returned to St. Louis from a short stint in Oklahoma, I founded Super Heroines, Etc. as a local grassroots meetup organization. Since then, we've grown to over 1500 members and have hosted over 300 events. I led the charge on forming Super Heroines, Etc. as a non-profit and in November 2014 we received our 501c3 status.

Our mission is to empower women to embrace that inner nerd - whatever that looks like to each person. We have knitters, cosplayers, gamers, writers, and so many more folks in this group! Our events, classes and programs have included everything from book clubs to geocaching to four-week writing workshops.


The University of Cincinnati

Program Coordinator, UC LEAF

My position is for an NSF grant-funded project focused on empowering women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) faculty members. I help bring awareness to issues facing women in STEM by bringing in guest speakers to work directly with faculty and administrators.

The University of Cincinnati

Certificate, Web Development

About two years ago, I was asked to manage the progress of updating the Academy of Science's website. Through that experience, I picked up a number of tricks when it came to WordPress Development. Ever since then, I've been fascinated with coding and web development which has led me to pursue a formal certificate.

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Academy of Science of St. Louis

Community Science Programs Outreach & Evaluation Coordinator

I work collaboratively with local non-profits to develop science seminars, including the Art & Science Series, On the Menu: The Science of Food Series, and other Special Partnership Presentations. I also organize The Academy of Science - St. Louis Youth Leadership Team for the Gateway Teen Science Cafe, a group of about 30 student volunteers that advise on topics, food and activities for Teen Science Cafes in the St. Louis Region. In addition, I manage the marketing strategy for our science seminar series and teen science cafes, including social media.


Sam Noble Museum of Natural History

Volunteer Program Coordinator

I managed nearly 200 adult and teen volunteers, as well as unpaid interns, and increased volunteer recruitment by 140%. In addition to my Volunteer Coordinator duties, I created and implemented a new evaluation process for school programs and field trips for the Education Department.


University of Missouri-Saint Louis

M.A., Museum Studies

After years of volunteering for museums, I applied for the Museum Studies graduate program where I received a full scholarship and paid graduate assistantship. During these two years, I developed life-long friendships and forged a deep connection with the City of St. Louis. I was also lucky enough to attend graduate school while my brother was completing his undergraduate degree - we both graduated on the same day!

Florida State University

B.S., Social Science

It was at Florida State where I realized that Museum Studies was a career option. While I focused my studies on History and Public Administration, I minored in Museum Studies where I learned more about what really goes into running and working for a museum. During this time, I interned at the Museum of Florida History and began my interest in Museum Education.