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Careers with Maths

Katrina Falkner

Big Data Educator
Flexible learning is the future: MicroMasters makes study simple.

Oindrila Das

Cyber Attack Expert
A love of code led to a career in cyber attack expertise with Telstra

Sean Bly

Security Analyst
Sean Bly changed course from sail coach to security analyst with no regrets.

Nikolina Cvetanovic

Financial services graduate
What engineer's attributes make CBA's Nikolina Cvetanovic a great financial services graduate?

Sam Clifford

Conservationist
Sam Clifford is using maths to save animals in amazing places – from the Great Barrier Reef to the Peruvian Amazon.

Daniel Nadasi

Engineering director
Daniel Nadasi started out as a science and maths student interning at Google. Now he's their engineering director in New York!

Talia Elchah

Campaign manager
From medicine to energy, Talia Elchah's career has been a blast.

James Fan

Marketing graduate
A passion for marketing and love of analytics is the perfect combo in business.

Daniel Pelchen

Sports analyst
Sports analyst Daniel Pelchen found his ultimate career using maths to discover who will become the next biggest football star.

Shaun Mhonde

Web developer
Shaun is motivated to serve the community and make an impact on the world.

Cathleen Phimdert

Commercial analyst
Cathleen Phimdert has always had a passion for science, and has blossomed into an operations and systems whiz.

Lucy McDonald

Insights analyst
Lucy McDonald uses her skills in analytics to help people solve business problems.

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