girls in tech
The Australian government is set to start work on its 10-year plan to increase the number of girls and women in STEM it announced in the May Budget.
On this episode we chat with Sarah Moran, cofounder and CEO of Girl Geek Academy, about how the organisation is working to bring more women into tech.
A report from the Office of the Chief Scientist has found false perceptions about women’s aptitude, interest & experience in STEM are holding back progress.
A few months after announcing its intent to touch down in Australia, Girls in Tech officially launched its local chapter last night at The Kelvin Club in Melbourne, a men-only venue once upon a time.
Slack’s first HR hire, Marissa Senzaki was earlier this year chosen to be part of the landing team for the company’s new Melbourne office, where she now works as the senior corporate recruiter for the APAC region.
Founded in 2007 by Adriana Gascoigne, Girls in Tech (GIT) is a global non-profit that focuses on the engagement, education and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology. The principal aim of the organisation is to assist in accelerating the growth of innovative women who are entering to the tech industry and building successful startups.