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From ending poverty to creating equality, meet people using their STEM skills and careers to make a positive difference to society.

Westpac Tech scholarship recipient Indigo visited Singapore as part of ehr scholarship.

Westpac Young Technologist

Westpac Young Technologist Indigo Hennig is hoping to change the world for the better with tech, having found the perfect harmony in her maths and IT double degree

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Westpac Tech scholarship recipient Indigo visited Singapore as part of ehr scholarship.

Westpac Young Technologist

Westpac Young Technologist Indigo Hennig is hoping to change the world for the better with tech, having found the perfect harmony in her maths and IT double degree

Westpac Tech scholarship recipient Indigo visited Singapore as part of ehr scholarship.
Scholarships

Westpac Young Technologist

Westpac Young Technologist Indigo Hennig is hoping to change the world for the better with tech, having found the perfect harmony in her maths and IT double degree

Charishma Kaliyanda
Health

Liverpool councillor | Community engagement officer

A mental health professional, community service expert and budding politician, Charishma Kaliyanda faced various inaccurate stereotypes in her career so far. She continues to challenge the status quo and is keen to help people to make better decisions about their health and well-being. 

Naomi Manu - Director of Pūhoro STEM Academy
Language & Culture

Director of Pūhoro STEM Academy

Naomi Manu established the Pūhoro STEM Academy at Massey University, which works to improve Māori participation and success in STEM.

Lesley Woodhouse - digital knowledge keeper
Language & Culture

Digital knowledge keeper

Lesley Woodhouse is a Darug woman bringing Indigenous culture to the world.

Adele Hauwai - Social Entrepreneur
Language & Culture

Social entrepreneur

Adele likes to blend Māori concepts and language with technology, as this is a way to keep her culture and people alive and growing.

Engineers without borders
Engineering

Engineers Without Borders Director

Systems engineer and Engineers Without Borders Australia director Kelsie Clarke wants the world to know that engineering is for everyone.

UNSW Bragg Prize Winner

Preethika Mathan won the UNSW Bragg prize 2018 with her piece about how technology could improve the lives of those living with disability.

Animation artist and startup founder

Animation artist and startup founder Hori Te Ariki Mataki aims to bring Māori culture and values to every animation created by his startup,

Māori anthropologist

Makereti was a well-known Māori tourist guide during the early 20th century, before turning her talents to anthropology and the study of Māori culture.

Global Googler

Rachel Carpenter spent her childhood sailing the world. Now she’s improving Google’s global app capabilities as a Google software engineer.