Women in STEMM Australia (WiSAust) invites you to join our STEMM Leaders webinar: Better Allies in STEMM - In Conversation with Karen Catlin - a virtual event open to all.
After spending 25 years developing software, Karen Catlin became an inclusion advocate, speaker, leadership coach and author. Karen's Better Allies books discuss everyday actions to create inclusive, engaging workplaces and inclusive hiring practices. They are described as one-stop manuals for becoming a better allies for those underrepresented in leadership.
Karen will be joined by our special guest hosts:
- Professor Elanor Huntington (Dean of Engineering & Computer Science at Australian National University)
- Florence Drummond (Founder of Indigenous Women in Mining & Resources Australia)
- Belle Lim (PhD student at Monash University & Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre)
- Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea AM (IMNIS Executive Director at the Australian Academy of Technology & Engineering and co-founder, WiSAust).
Hosted by Michelle Gallaher, CEO of Opyl AI and co-founder of WiSAust, this webinar runs from 8:00 am to 9:30 am and is open to all. The Women in STEMM Australia Board looks forward to welcoming you.
Women in STEMM Australia is a non-profit organisation founded in 2014 which has grown into a nationally and internationally recognised association for women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM).
Our core purpose is to advocate for gender equity and equality in Australia’s STEMM sectors, and support initiatives that drive change in the workplace and learning space, engage on gender equity in STEMM, whilst upholding core values such as respect and scientific excellence.
Our role is to ensure women in STEMM with the capacity and capability to contribute to the innovation agenda are equally included, recognized and rewarded for their experience and expertise. Our activities welcome and aim to benefit all women in STEMM regardless of their discipline and profession.