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STEM start ups

Meet the entrepreneurs whose STEM paths have created new businesses and led them to be their own boss.

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Industrial designer

Industrial designer, innovator and entrepreneur ShanShan Wang is tackling some mega health science problems.

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Industrial designer
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Industrial designer

Industrial designer, innovator and entrepreneur ShanShan Wang is tackling some mega health science problems.

1Centre founder

1Centre founder Miriana Lowrie is utilising her background in business and sales to make her way in tech and help businesses save big on trade credit.

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,

Biologist to edu-tech guru

Scientific spider-man, Associate Professor (At UNSW) and Arludo app developer, Michael Kasumovic loves all of his careers.

Software engineering star

Software engineering grad Renee Noble is a full-stack developer for tech education start-up Grok Learning and director of the Girls’ Programming Network.

Computational linguist

Alyona Medelyan, CEO of analytics tool Thematic, has combined her computer science and linguistics skills to co-found an innovative start-up.

Girl Geek Academy co-founder

At first, Lisy Kane didn’t realise that gaming was a career option. Now she’s co-founder of Girl Geek Academy, with an impressive resume in game production.

Savage software

Savage software engineer Dr Claire d’Este creates powerful and beautiful tools for artists and illustrators, including the Procreate app for iPad.

Code Like A Girl

Ally Watson was a developer and the only woman in her workplace, when she founded social enterprise Code Like A Girl. It’s reclaiming the pride of being female, and teaching young women how to code through workshops and events.

Changemakeher

Khushi Shelat is the chief ambassador for Australian startup Changemakeher. Run by students, for students, this group of go-getting girls in STEM encourages other young female entrepreneurs to foster their ideas into real, world-impacting change.

iWork CEO

Joanne Pellew is no stranger to hard work. She’s Closing the Gap with Indigenous employment sites, and knows that work you love shouldn’t feel like work.

Coding with culture

Australian entrepreneur Dean Foley is using digital technology to explore Indigenous customs and bring the community together by learning to code.