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Reinvent The Future

Our mission is to reinvent the general perception of women in STEM fields while inspiring interest in STEM for young women worldwide. Reinvented Magazine aspires to break barriers and aid the movement to get more girls involved in STEM by creating the nation's first print magazine for women in STEM.

Issue 7 Presales

Shipping March 2021


  • Exclusive Feature Interview with Myria Perez, Paleontologist and women in STEM Advocate

  • Tried and true Salary Negotiation tips

  • NextGen Changemaker series featuring interviews with physicist Dr. Claudia Antolini, OB/GYN Dr. Nicole Calloway Rankins, 20-year old CEO Natalie Hampton, and Professor at Harrisburg University Bilita Mattes

  • Special interview with Miss Teen USA

  • An inside look into the lives of the moms of our STEM leaders

  • And so much more!

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Issue 9 is Back in Stock!

Our Ninth Issue is ‘Back to School’ themed. It features content including:

  • Exclusive Feature Interviews with makers Estefannie Explains It All, Ruth Amos, Xyla Foxlin, and Becky Stern

  • Everyday Changemaker Series featuring interviews with rocket scientist Rachel Weeks, astronomer and diversity advocate Stella Kafka, founder and software developer Bea Gandica, and the personality behind Glitter and Geodes, Philly G

  • Back to School themed articles on resume building, how to create your back to school wardrobe, adding plants to your office or dorm tips

  • A how-to guide on developing your first app

  • Our usual Ask Gloria advice column, opportunities board, and a DIY Smart Mirror tutorial

  • Plus so much more!


And don’t forget that for every one magazine bought, up to one copy is donated to girls in low-income or underserved communities via our One-for-One Program!


Issue 6

Our team covers the latest STEM news, brings you exclusive interviews with women in STEM, and writes about empowering tech events.

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Don't forget that for every magazine bought, up to one print copy is donated to girls in low-income or rural areas! Learn more about the One-for-One program and see how you can help!