Mylene Tu was an 18-year-old engineering student when she started her first business. In April of 2018, Tu founded FEM in STEM, a social enterprise providing resources for young girls in the STEM world. To date, the company has grown to include over 70 community members across Ontario. Two years later, Tu started Lumaki Labs with a mission to radically revolutionize the future of work through virtual internships. Although Tu has already achieved much, she doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon. Today, she remains committed to helping women overcome barriers to STEM and land more spots in the tech world. In 2018, Tu was named as one of the Top 25 Women of Influence.