Natalie Carbone Mangini became the first female scientist at Westinghouse Nuclear more than fifty years ago. While practicing radio chemistry for a world leader in nuclear power, she also raised a family, managed a household, and worked as a waitress at her family's restaurant.
This is her story.
This documentary is a part of the Collective Legacy Project, which preserves the stories of past generations and shares their experiences with the world. You can find more stories like Natalie's at collectivelegacyproject.com.