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Tina

Selfie sorter
Former Google intern Tina makes storing and searching selfies easy by writing the code behind Google Photos.

Florencia Irena

Graduate Googler
Studying Computer Science Engineering at UNSW helped Florencia land the job of her dreams at Google.

Karen Cogan

Graduate data analyst
Karen's Deloitte career path has been so rewarding, she's encouraging other young women to join the field.

Aleisha Amohia

Junior developer
Junior developer, Women in Tech president and VUW student Aleisha Amohia is breaking down barriers for young women studying engineering.

Renee Noble

Software engineering star
Software engineering grad Renee Noble is a developer for tech education start-up Grok Learning.

Angel Dixon

Activist for inclusion
Angel Dixon works on passion projects based on universal design and disability inclusion

Adrian Arumugam

Career adapter
Adrian re-booted his career goals at Google, and learned the value of adaptability along the way.

Nicky Ringland

CS specialist
Computer science education expert Dr Nicky Ringland is passionate about developing tech teaching resources.

Nilufar Baghaei

Edu-games guru
Computer scientist Dr Nilufar Baghaei, uses gamification to teach tech and support mental health.

Alyona Medelyan

Computational linguist
Dr Alyona Medelyan, CEO of analytics tool Thematic, combines two of her passions: computer science and linguistics.

Sue Keay

Robotics researcher
Dr Sue Keay runs the world's first robotic vision research centre.

Reshma Abraham

Software eng student
Macquarie Uni Software Engineering student Reshma Abraham is a coding tutor and aspiring entrepreneur.

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