Please join me in congratulating Konstantina Trivisa,  Shelby Wilson (PhD, AMSC, 2012), and Kimberly Sellers (MS, 1998) for being elected as 2023 Fellows of the Association for Women in Mathematics.

The official citation reads (see awards/awm-fellows/2023-awm- fellows/)

Konstantina Trivisa, University of Maryland

For her tireless efforts and dedication to increase diversity in the mathematical sciences at all levels from high school to higher education; for organizing outreach events for secondary students; and for support of women at all career stages: recruiting and mentoring graduate students, hiring and retaining faculty, and highlighting speakers at international conferences.

Shelby Wilson, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

For her unwavering dedication and work towards uplifting and inspiring women and Black mathematicians, including co-development of “Mathematically Gifted and Black”; for being an exceptional mentor and role model; and for her inspiring leadership initiating and amplifying conversations about how to help create a more inclusive mathematics community.

Kimberly Sellers, Georgetown University and the U. S. Census Bureau

For her work improving diversity and inclusion in the mathematical and statistical sciences through leadership positions in the American Statistical Association; for her leadership in the Joint Statistics Meetings, the Conference for Women in Statistics, and the Infinite Possibilities Conferences; and for her mentorship of early career women.