Women in STEMM Australia invites you to join our webinar: Better Allies in STEMM – In Conversation with Karen Catlin – a virtual event open to all. After a 25-year career in the technology sector, Karen became a leadership coach and author. Her two “Better Allies” books discuss everyday actions to create inclusive, engaging workplaces and inclusive hiring practices. These books are described as “one-stop manuals for becoming a better allies” for those underrepresented in leadership. This webinar runs from 8:00 am to 9:30 am and is free and open to all. The Women in STEMM Australia Board looks forward to welcoming you all. #STEMallies
If you’d like to sponsor this event – please see our STEMMallies Event Sponsorship Packages 2020.
#STEMMBFF CAMPAIGN 2019
Women in STEMM Australia, in partnership with The Social Science and Think Inc., gave away over 265 free tickets in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney (together valued at >$26,000) to Jane Goodall’s 2019 Australian Tour: ‘Jane Goodall: Rewind the Future’ presented by Think Inc. and the Jane Goodall Institute Australia.
Women in STEMM Australia hosted this special event in partnership with the Rotary Club of Brunswick-Tullamarine and the Royal Society of Victoria. Five women professionals at different career stages in academia and industry, discussed the key decision-making times in their lives, what influenced their choices, and how to foster a much-needed culture shift to ensure more girls pursue STEMM education and careers, and more women in STEMM reach senior-level roles.
Women in STEMM Australia hosted this special event. Four women professionals at different career stages in academia, education and industry, discussed the key decision-making times in their lives, what influenced their choices, and how to foster a much-needed culture shift to ensure more girls pursue STEMM education and careers, and more women in STEMM reach senior-level roles.
With over 230 delegates from academic research, industry, business, education and government attending, this inaugural meeting highlighted best practices and policies, and shone the spotlight on outstanding initiatives underway in leading science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM) organizations. Programs that engage girls in STEMM were also introduced, and several science teachers attended this session. Importantly, delegates extended their network across disciplines and professional sectors.
National Events and Initiatives:
National Science Week is an annual celebration of all things science in Australia: multiple events throughout the week. Visit www.scienceweek.net.au for more information.