At age 7, Chevy Humphrey learned that life was not fair. "You’ve got two strikes against you before you even start," her mother sat her down and told her. "You're Black and you're a girl. So, perform at 200% always so that you can have 100% in your back pocket." It was a lesson Chevy never forgot as she rose from single mother working as a fundraiser at the Phoenix Symphony to President and CEO of the Arizona Science Center to the first woman and the first African-American to lead the Griffin Museum of Science and Industry–one of the largest science museums in the Western Hemisphere and one of Chicago’s best-loved institutions. Learn more about this remarkable woman and her mission to give young girls the kind of role models that can change their life.