Dr. Nehemiah Mabry is smart. He has a PhD in Structural engineering from NC State. Dr. Nehemiah Mabry is a worker. He works as a bridge design engineer. But did you know he got bars, too? He’s a STEM poet, weaving his love of STEM and poetry into distinct masterpieces. He’s also the founder of STEMedia, whose goal is to inspire underrepresented kids to consider STEM fields.
You can reach Nehemiah at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stories and analogies are key.
Nehemiah is a big believer in using stories and analogies when presenting. They help to keep the audience engaged and listening until the end. Especially when it comes to technical talks, explaining concepts using analogies is a great way to make something complicated relatable.
Don’t overdo it.
3-5 points during a presentation is what Nehemiah shoots for. More than that, the audience will check out and stop listening, since there’s too much to take in.
Be passionate about what you’re talking about.
Nehemiah believes that an audience can tell if you’re passionate about your message. If you’re not passionate, they won’t listen.