Join educators from Alliance member schools for an enlightening dinner presentation with a STEM focus.
A panel of women, educated in girls’ schools, who have forged careers in a variety of areas that have traditionally been male dominated will discuss the challenges they faced along the way, the realities of working in their choosen fields, and their recommendations for educators preparing young learners for careers in STEM-based organisations.
About the panel:
Felicity Briody co-founded the Power of Engineering with a vision to unlock the power of young changemakers and inspire the next generation of engineers to solve the world’s biggest challenges.
Claudia Novati is a civil engineer operating her own consultancy that provides civil and environmental engineering services for residential, commercial and industrial developments.
Katie Bell is a software engineer with six-years’ experience with Google, now working with Grok Learning Katie is passionate about teaching the next generation the skills they need to become the creators of tomorrow.
Getting to Abbotsleigh:
Wahroonga train station is within walking distance of the school. Car parking is available through Gate 1A on Ada Avenue.
Bookings close on Friday 29 July.