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Congratulations to Fi Slaven, William Buck Victoria – 2014 National iAwards ICT Woman of the Year!

Congratulations to Fi Slaven on winning the 2014 National iAwards Woman of the Year! Fi was titled the 2014 Victorian iAwards ICT Women of the year earlier on June. She is such an outstanding role model and works tirelessly in support of women in IT in her role as Secretary of Vic ICT for Women and as Director of our Go Girl, Go Girl Go for IT program.

The 2014 National iAwards were presented on Friday 29th August 2014. To read about the award winners and watch the 2014 iAwards National Ceremony, visit the iAwards website.

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School Registration Closed

By 7th July 2014, there are 1500 attendees from 55 schools registered to attend Go Girl, Go for IT 2014. We have closed the registration. If schools are still interested in registering, please contact us via the contact page or email to gg4it2014@gmail.com directly.

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Women in IT - Interviews

There are many talented women working in IT, with various background and expertise, yet all finding this industry fascinating. Have a glance at what they do and how much they enjoy their work. You can be one of them!

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Mei Liew Interview Slide

Noel Williams Interview slides

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Radhika Desai Go Girl Interview

Sara Ogston interview slides

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Lack of awareness about IT careers is main deterrence for women

Go Girl received some media coverage from previous event. CIO Australia talked to Sharon Carpenter (Head of Communications for Go Girl go for IT 2012) rewarding what it is deterring women and girls from considering a career in technology. Read the article