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Levina Wong

Software engineer
Software engineer Levina Wong has overcome imposter syndrome to kickstart a career she’s super proud of.

Clinton Hadinata

Software engineer
Clinton Hadinata wasn’t sure what he wanted to do after high school – and that’s led to a rewarding and fascinating career. 

Chrisnel Tiglao

Software QA Engineer
Chrisnel Taglao is a software engineer working on cool new tech to help streamline our wallets.

Yvette Watson

Technical Architect, Microsoft
Yvette has been into tech and computers as long as she can remember. Now she's helping Filipino businesses work remotely.

Reina Reyes

Data scientist
Philippines-based Reina leads a team of data scientists and engineers to develop analytics solutions for businesses.

Jessie Robieson 

Learning innovation specialist, Te Papa
 As the Learning Innovation Specialist at Te Papa, Jessie works with schools to empower educators when delivering the digital technologies curriculum.

Amy Stringfellow

Cybersecurity researcher
As a cybersecurity researcher in defence, Amy uses data to protect the country.

Ben Tran

Developer, space tech start-up
Ben Tran is a front-end developer at satellite tech startup, Myriota.

Dr Muneera Bano

Senior Lecturer, Deakin University
Dr Muneera Bano overcame cultural prejudice to achieve her dreams of an education – and is determined to help others overcome gender stereotypes too.

Maru Nihoniho

Founder and Managing Director, Metia Interactive
Maru Nihoniho took the long route to her career in gaming – but now she’s considered one of the most influential people in the industry.

Hannah Craighead

Software Engineer
Hannah Craighead studied engineering at NZ’s Victoria University of Wellington before landing a killer gig working for Google in London.

Kathy Zhu

Security engineer
For her day job, Kathy Zhu detects cyber criminals’ attempts to hack Google

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The 2020 Australian Museum Eureka Prize winners have been announced in a live, virtual awards show broadcast from the Australian Museum.

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The survey is aimed at educators, parents and any STEM-interested people. This is your chance to make your voice heard on issues related to STEM education and STEM careers.

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