Creator of YouTube's "Physics Girl"
Dianna Cowern is the creator and host of the viral and PBS sponsored “Physics Girl” web series with over 1.3 Million Subscribers, which is a resource for fun physics videos and other materials about physics and topics related to physics. Her videos total over 80 Million Views. Her show has featured well known figures including the legendary Rodney Mullen, Bill Nye, and Anne Wojcicki – founder of 23 and me. In 2019, Dianna was named to the FORBES 30 under 30 list.
Dianna researched dark matter with Prof. Jocelyn Monroe as an undergraduate at MIT, and low-metallicity stars with Prof. Anna Frebel as a post-baccalaureate research fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, before bringing her happy intern pants to GE where she worked as a Software Engineer designing mobile apps.
Dianna is sought after as a science communication expert as well as an in-demand speaker talking about the future of education and how to better relate to students using various medias. Dianna says: “I just love that physics can explain the world, and the weird intricacies of it, and the weird quirks of our universe.” Some of the biggest CEOs and leaders on the planet are fans of Dianna because their children are hooked on her educational YouTube Channel! She has been featured in FORBES, Science Magazine, Popular Science, Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, Space.com, NBC, Vogue, HuffPost, Nerdist, and many more.