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#TechDiversity winners announced

Thursday, 14 Jul 2016

The #TechDiversity committee have announced the winners of the inaugural #TechDiversity Awards 2016.

A total of 12 projects/initiatives have been recognised as #TechDiversity Leaders across the four categories of advertising, government, education and business. The submissions were assessed according to expressions of behaviour, initiatives, commitment and courage — key touchstones to embrace inclusion and drive diversity.

ACS would like to congratulate all winners!

Modernising the Traditional Jobs Board – Diverse City Careers
Gemma Lloyd and Valeria Ignatieva

Melbourne Knowledge Week – City of Melbourne
Bianca Charleston

Women in ICT and Diversity – Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
Kerrie Murphy and Claire Foo

Women in CenITex – CenITex
Julia Ellis, Helen Dodd, Kate Penman and Elizabeth Bromham

Melbourne RoboCats – Swinburne University and the King David School
Dr Therese Keane, Milorad Cerovac and Claire Stanner

RailsGirls Australia
Penelope Barr and Robert Postill

Team FIT UniMelb – University of Melbourne, Department of Computing and Information Systems
Associate Professor Andrew Turpin and Associate Professor Karin Verspoor

Code Like a Girl
Ally Watson

Diversity: We Live It – The Yield Technology Solutions
Ros Harvey

ThoughtWorks Australia
Emma Gardner

NAB Women in Technology Program – National Australia Bank
Dayle Stevens and Nicole Devine

Tech Community Engagement WA – Australian Computer Society
Michelle Sandford

For more information on the winners listed below, please click here.