Ask about Sarah Moran
Key Points
  • In 2019, Sarah and the Girl Geek Academy team created Girl Geeks, a four-book series published by Penguin Random House's Puffin line to get young women who love tech into popular culture.
  • In 2018, Sarah won the Australian Women’s Weekly Woman of the Future award in the Entrepreneur and Business category.
  • In 2018 Sarah joined the Channel 9 Today Show experts, regularly appearing in features on gender equality and STEM issues for the popular breakfast TV show.
  • Sarah is a member of the Victorian Minister's Advisory Council for Gender Equality.
  • Sarah sits on the RMIT Games Industry Advisory Committee (IAC) and the Melbourne International Games Week Steering Committee.
  • Sarah is the co-founder and CEO of Girl Geek Academy, an organisation that has trained more than 1000 teachers in #MissMakesCode, the world’s first hackathon for girls aged five to eight. That equates to a reach of more than 10,000 students in Australia now exposed to STEM education from the age of five.
Topics
  • Women and girls in STEM
  • Technology trends
  • Startups and entrepreneurship 
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Gender Equality
  • Diversity and inclusion
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