Women in STEM
Looking for role models, mentors, speakers and generally amazing people working in science, technology, engineering and maths ?
We’re proud to have profiled more hundreds of women in STEM combining STEM with their ‘X’ – their passion, interest or another field.
How do you turn career confusion into your dream job? By taking every opportunity that comes your way. That’s how Grace Nolan became a security engineer at Google.
Rachel Carpenter spent her childhood sailing the world. Now she’s improving Google’s app capabilities for people in different cultures.
This Google engineering manager has strong communications skills thanks to some epic worldly experience.
Danielle Gatland's career in public transport planning involves computer science, design thinking and problem solving.
Grace is completing her Master of Engineering at the University of Melbourne, and is passionate about diversifying engineering recruits.
Learning to code is about putting yourself in someone else’s brain for a while, says Deloitte senior consultant Serene Chia.
Shanis might not fit the IT stereotype, but she’s thriving in the Macquarie University Bachelor of IT.
Fontaine Foxworth connects the dots between different disciplines to make Google products come to life.
This designer helps shape Google Maps to make our lives a whole lot easier.
Former Google intern Tina makes storing and searching selfies easy by writing the code behind Google Photos.
Studying Computer Science Engineering at UNSW helped Florencia land the job of her dreams at Google.
Karen's Deloitte career path has been so rewarding, she's encouraging other young women to join the field.