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Kasvi Luthra

Information Security Analyst
Books and movies inspired Kasvi to pursue a career in tech – but she’s found the reality is even better than fiction

Hinerangi Edwards

Director, AATEA Solutions
Hinerangi Edwards says technology lets Maori people raise children in community and can also be used to enhance kids’ connections to language and culture.

Genevieve Richards

Machine Learning Engineer
From stacks of study and a summer internship to a graduate gig at CBA, machine learning engineer Genevieve Richards has made the most of her career opportunities.

Monmayuri Ray

Data Specialist
Data scientist Monmayuri Ray believes gender is irrelevant if you have a passion for tech.

Mahsa Mohaghegh

She# Founder
Academic Mahsa Mohaghegh is a mentor and diversity advocate for computer science students and young coders.

Lexi Townsend

World Builder
Lexi Townsend combines her love of maths and art to create virtual reality experiences.

Ash Lennox-Steele

Security analyst
When Ash Lennox-Steele discovered cybersecurity went far beyond the Hollywood hacker stereotypes, she was sold.

Kirita-Rose Escott

Assistant lecturer
Kirita-Rose Escott was working as a bank teller when she met a computer scientist and inspiration struck

Katie Walker

Software engineer
Grit and determination landed software engineer Katie Walker her dream job at Google

Blake Chapman

Marine biologist and shark advocate
Blake Chapman combines her science and communication skills to bust myths about sharks

Katrina Lo Sourdo

Robotics engineer
Katrina Lo Surdo studied electrical and computer engineering before landing her dream job at the cutting edge of robotics.

Sujita Khadka

Civil engineer
Studying a Diploma in Civil Engineering is a huge deal for any woman, let alone a woman in a developing country.

Science needs true diversity to succeed, and Aussie astronomy shows how we can get it

Australian astronomy punches well above its weight, in terms of the research it leads and the facilities it houses.

Looking for a mentor? These 20 young, local innovators will blow you away

MIT Innovators under 35
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Review has announced its annual list of under 35-year-old game-changing innovators for the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, and we’re career crushing hard.

Christmas, sorted: The ultimate STEM-themed gift guide

Stumped on what to gift a fellow STEM lover? Here’s a list of fun – and easy – Christmas-winning ideas.