I aim to make a difference in the lives of STEM graduates and alumni. Being an international student and a woman in STEM, I will be able to contribute uniquely with my experiences as a Member of the National Diversity and Inclusion Council. Many people before me have enabled a pathway for inclusion and diversity, and as a woman in STEM and working in the IT field, I believe I must help other graduates and alumni. Am working as a Software Engineer at Flybuys. My current and previous work experience as a Software Engineer has further polished my analytical, leadership, interpersonal, and managerial skills. Constantly learning new technologies, I have completed my AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certificate and worked on frontend and backend website development and desktop applications as well. I am passionate to support the next generation of Women in STEM to foster a supportive, diverse and inspiring community. I volunteer as a Social Media Officer at the University of Adelaide Women in STEM Alumni Network. I aim to improve, build, and grow social media engagement and following by creating more relatable, innovative, and inspiring content persistently to help empower our community around the globe. My role includes evaluating engagement results, developing trend-aware strategies, designing posters, and planning and implementing campaigns/posts/events. Starting with 709 followers on the LinkedIn platform, our current followers have risen to 850 in the past two months, roughly a 20% increase. During my time as a student at the University of Adelaide, I volunteered for the Student Health and Wellbeing Club. I contributed by providing support for projects and events run to promote the health and well-being of my fellow students. It involved giving feedback, analyzing what all went right and wrong, and shaping the event plan and activities to be conducted for the next 6 months. I was also an ECMS Ambassador, part of the AskECMS team where I helped the students to resolve timetable clashes and discussed personal experiences and stories of study to make them comfortable and connected. Besides, I have volunteered at the Catalyst Foundation for a short time after graduating as an IT Tutor to provide inclusive, timely, and enabling self-advocacy services to older, vulnerable people and people living with a disability, their families, and friends. During my bachelor, I headed the School of Computer Science Women's chess club. I was responsible for organizing the inter-department chess tournament for women. With more than 37000 followers on the Magicpin application back in my home country India, my journey as a food blogger helped me to curate my skill for content creation. I love to write and communicate. For me, all of the above acts as a catalyst to become a part of ACS. I want to put my skills to use as a token of giving back to the community.