Aussie tech start-up Faethm has launched the first of what it says will be a series of mini-documentaries telling the stories of people working in STEM at organisations around Australia.
The first mini-doco (above) features two women working in different STEM roles at AGL Energy – we meet electrical tradesperson Molly Miller and Agile Capability Coach Hamdam Bishop.
While both Molly and Hamdam work in very different roles, they each highlight how STEM is involved in their everyday job, and the value of inspiring more women into their respective fields.
We know role models are a key part of closing the gender gap in STEM, so check out this mini-doco and then why not share the video with an aspiring woman in STEM in your life?
Launched in Australia in 2017, Faethm is a tech platform that helps companies and governments navigate and make the most of our increasingly automated and high-tech future. The video is also sponsored by the Australian Computer Society.
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