June 2019 Newsletter

Go Girl Goes Global!

In April, we partnered Creative Innovation 2019 Asia Pacific to support of the development of STEM and Human Intelligence 2.0 skills in women across Australia. We met with Chris Skipper-Conway, Chair of Victorian ICT for Women, facilitator of Go Girl Go for IT; Tania de Jong AM, Founder and Executive Producer of Creative Innovation Global and Felicity Furey, Founder of the Power of Engineering.

The speakers for the event were Emma Martinho-Truswell (co-founder and COO of Oxford Insights) and Kathleen Richardson (Professor of Ethics and Culture of Robots) and AI at De Montfort University. The main focus of the event was about sharing expert insight into the future of science, AI, technology, ethics, leadership and innovation.


Supporting Future Work Summit

This May, Go Girl, Go for IT joined VIC ICT 4 Women at the Future Work Summit.

Technology & innovation are rapidly changing the roles we perform and the way we work. Digital platforms, AI and automation are disrupting and changing every industry and profession. The National Future Work Summit will analyse the challenges ahead and provide you with practical strategies on how to navigate this new world.


Teachers, tell us what you need!

At Go Girl, we would like to create more value to support our teachers. In our efforts to understand what you need, please help us by filling out this survey. Your responses will help us shape the resources we could provide and source for you.

Encouraging more girls to seek a career in STEM


Women represent at least half of the working population in Australia and this is a trend that will likely stay put in the near or distant future.

In 2018, the number of girls under the age of 14 almost equal the number of boys. As such, to maintain the level of productivity in the workforce, it has become increasingly important to balance the diversity scale between men and women, across all fields.

Emphasis has been placed in the area of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) as indicators highlight a greater disparity in gender in that field.

Click here to read more.

Be a sponsor of Go Girl, Go for IT

It would be impossible to make Go Girl, Go for IT happen without the generous support of our Sponsors.

Know someone or an organisation that would be a perfect sponsor?

The sponsorship team is actively looking for support from the industry. Find out more about the opportunities each level of sponsorship can provide.

Tell us who you want as an ambassador

You still have time! We're looking for Go Girl Go For IT ambassadors for the 2020 event! Past ambassadors include Ally Watson, CEO & Founder; Code Like a Girl, Sophie Blachford Brand Manager, Instagram and Karen Stocks, MD, Twitter Australia. You can find a full list of our ambassadors here.

Let us know who you think our next ambassador should be by email before 30 June 2019 and in 100 words or less, tell us why!


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