Equality, diversity and innovation in female-driven startups and the tech sector
- Science & Innovation
Enjoy a networking breakfast with delegates from across the globe.
Australian Ambassador to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), Megan Anderson will lead a discussion with visiting Australian female business founders on stage in the Australian Embassy auditorium. What is the secret to their start-up success in Australia and globally? How do we support greater diversity in the technology sector in Australia, France and beyond?
Hear from the founders of the Women’s Business School and the AusMumpreneur network, business experts, tech talents and STEM champions from Australia and the United States.
Stephenie Rodriguez is tackling the problem of personal safety through her project WanderSafe as a division of JOZU for WOMEN INC. Ms Rodriguez drives innovation and design and big bold solutions for multibillion dollar multinational companies and solves complex business problems using digital tools and data.
Sineth Sareth Sar has gone from refugee to a stellar international business career, running multiple Australian and international businesses.
Jessica Tucker is a software engineer, STEM champion, creator and consultant.
Elle Likopolous is a specialist in international investor liaisons at Absolute Business Brokers, and winner of AusMumpreneur 2020.
Peace Mitchell is CEO and co-founder of The Women’s Business School, AusMumpreneur and Women Changing the World Press. She is the Australian Ambassador of Women in Tech and the Chair of global non profit Tererai Trent International.
Moderator and host, Megan Anderson, is the Australian Ambassador to UNESCO and Deputy Head of Mission at the Australian Embassy, Paris.