Join young Manya Curie (you may know her as Marie) in her adventures through the world of chemistry! She was an inquisitive girl, attending the mysterious "Flying School" at night when she wasn't allowed to study in normal schools. Her pursuit of learning led her to make huge contributions to the world and earned her two Nobel Prizes. What an inspiration!
Can you imagine a world without computers? Whenever you log on, you can thank Ada Lovelace for her contributions as the very first computer programmer! In addition to loving math, Ada believed that art and creativity were very important to science. We couldn't agree more!
Bessie Coleman was the first African American woman to lift off and soar through the clouds from the pilot's seat of an airplane. She was enchanted by stories of World War I pilots, and searched for that kind of adventure in her life! Her story has inspired many young girls around the world to aim for the skies.
Miss Possible knows that the girls of today will impact the world of tomorrow. That’s why we’re using strong female role models to inspire girls across generations. With dolls of real women who did amazing things and fun activities that teach girls about world-changing careers, Miss Possible makes playtime an empowering experience.
“A doll with intellectual inspiration is a definite step towards inspiring interest in STEM in young women” - Marie Claire
“Miss Possible sends a powerful message to young girls: Science, technology, engineering and mathematics are ready for more female pioneers.” - Mic.com
“Miss Possible… is set to show girls an entirely different message about their abilities and dreams.” - Bustle.com
“Thank heaven that little girls (and their parents) have an alternative… and it’s called ‘Miss Possible.’” - The Daily Beast