Women in Tech – Journeys into STEM
Journeys into STEM – Women sharing their story and inspiring your future
Brought to you by Atlassian, Kiwibots, the University of Auckland Women in Engineering Network, and Centre for Automation and Robotic Engineering Science (CARES).
Join us for a panel session with four inspiring women from across the technology sector including:
– Jennifer Lowe – Software Engineer @ Atlassian, and previous President of Robogals student club
– Dr Mahla Nejati – Robotics Research Fellow @ University of Auckland, and nominee of a Women in AI award 2022
– Dipika Sharma – Software Engineer @ Atlassian
– Mikayla Stokes – Mechatronics student @ University of Auckland, Kiwibots “VEX-er” and two-time winner of Skills Bright Sparks competition
The session will begin with our panellists discussing their career journey so far, with a good chunk of time allocated to live Q&A from the audience (you!) There’s no such thing as a stupid question, so you can ask our wonderful wāhine all those things you have been dying to know about being a woman in STEM.
All attendees will enter our prize draw to win a wonderful goody bag from our sponsors which will be drawn at the end of the session.