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Empowering the next generation of leaders in ICT

Hear from our speakers delve into pressing gender challenges, paving the way for a more inclusive future.

Event Start: Mon 22 Apr 07:30 AM
Event Finish: Mon 22 Apr 08:30 AM

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Registration End Date: Mon 22 Apr 12:00 AM


Join us in celebration of International Girls in ICT Day, igniting the path for emerging professionals in the tech world. This event champions the aspirations of girls and young women, fostering empowerment and leadership in STEM careers.<br><br>A dynamic panel of speakers will delve into pressing gender challenges, paving the way for a more inclusive future. From insightful discussions to empowering narratives, attendees will gain invaluable insights, strategies, and inspiration. Together, let&#39;s propel the next generation of female tech leaders towards a more equitable and diverse landscape, where innovation knows no boundaries.<br><br>Attend this event to learn about: <ul><li>What organisations can do better to address gender disparity in the workforce</li><li>The impact of diversity on the future of generative AI</li><li>What organisatons can do to support emerging professionals into leadership positions</li><li>The importance of networking and how associations foster opportunities to make connections and support professional growth</li><li>The pipeline to encourage more girls into a tech role</li></ul> <strong>Speakers include:</strong> <ul><li>Manjusha Bhakata AACS, Branch Executive Member, ACS Victoria</li><li>Peter Argent, Digital skills educator, Founder, U Cubed </li><li>Dolly Brtan CP MACS, Director, Banxly</li><li>Cristina Guarrella, PhD, Melbourne Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Melbourne</li></ul>

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