In the Press
STEM Queen Jacqueline Means is featured on The Kelly Clarkson Show! She had a BLAST showing Kelly how to make edible alginate worms!
2015 Mayor of Wilmington Award for Community Service
2017 NAACP Youth Visionary Award
2018 Show Exemplary Commitment to Bettering the Community
2018 Governor's Proclamation for Community Service
2018 Everyday Hero Award
2018 Daily Point of Light Award
2019 President's Volunteer Service Award
2019 Disney Dream Academy
Purple Passion Award
Jacqueline Means, the STEM Queen, is a series regular on CBS's Mission Unstoppable! Join her on Saturday mornings on CBS as she shows how to make fun DIY experiments!
STEM Queen Jacqueline Means featured on Access Hollywood AGAIN, this time in New York City! She had an amazing time showing Mario Lopez how to make a liquid nitrogen cloud!
Jacqueline Means, the STEM Queen, featured on Access Hollywood! After being interviewed and speaking about her love of STEM and passion for sharing it with the young girls in her community, she did science experiments with Mario Lopez!
Jacqueline Means, also known as the STEM Queen, is a Delaware-based teen inspiring young girls in her community to discover the wonders of science and math. TODAY celebrates her cause by surprising her with $10,000-worth of supplies. (Created by TODAY with our sponsor Subaru.)
STEM: Today's Girls, Tomorrow's Scientists | Jacqueline Means | TEDxWilmingtonSalon
'STEM Queen' Jacqueline Means is Bettering Wilmington, Delaware for Girls | NowThis
INFocus - June 11, 2018 Episode
30 Seconds with Jacqueline Means, aka the Stem Queen
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics are subjects that still intimidate many girls. Means, a 10th-grader at Delaware Military Academy, hopes to change that, especially for girls of color. Known as @stemqueende on Instagram, she recently started a girls' empowerment program that emphasizes STEM education and anti-bullying strategies. Her busy schedule also includes cheerleading and serving as a cadet in the Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps.
Wilmington Teen Offers Girls Day of Fun with Science
At the top of Jayla Redden's pasta tower sat the winning marshmallow.
The 8-year-old and her team had crowded around the uncooked noodles and tape, their nimble hands searching out just the right angles to make it all stand tall. With the pasta support beams in place and the fluffy white treat on top, they'd made the tallest tower.
Wilmington Student Uses Science to Empower Her Peers
The new school year is fast approaching and a local student is determined to get her peers excited about heading back to the classroom.
Jacqueline Means, a 10th grader at Delaware Military Academy, used a few science projects to draw the attention of at least 30 students earlier this week at the Girls Empowerment STEM program. Means said she’s determined to help inner city girls reach for careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
Q&A with Jacquline Means - the 15 year old girl defying the odds in Murdertown USA
There’s no better way to celebrate International Day of the Girl then to feature a young woman making huge strides in the STEM community. Jacqueline Means is a 15-year-old girl from Southbridge – Wilmington, Delaware, otherwise known as Murdertown USA. Shootings and robberies are the norm here. Unfortunately 60% of kids dropout of school, giving her hometown the highest dropout rates in the country. However, Jacqueline has defied the odds. She currently holds a 4.0 GPA at the Delaware Military Academy but her success doesn’t stop there. Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are subjects that still intimidate many girls and she is on the path to changing that by hosting Girls Empowerment STEM Events.
2019 State Honorees and
Top 10 Most Inspiring Women in The Greater Delaware Valley
The Embrace Ambition Series
Meet Wilmington’s STEM Queen, 16-year-old Jacqueline Means