A guest post from Yasmin Grigaliunas, CEO and Co-founder of the World’s Biggest Garage Sale (WBGS).
A guest post from Pip Meecham, Director of ProjectBox.
A guest post from Alison Booth discussing her new novel, The Philosopher’s Daughters, and the importance of writing women into history.
A guest post from Anita Tait, Accredited Practising Dietitian, Microba
Phil Usher is a Wiradjuri man and CEO of First Nations Foundation, a national not for profit that is aiming to achieve financial prosperity for Indigenous Australians. In this interview, he shares the goals and community engagement approaches of First Nations Foundation, and the opportunities he sees ahead for the organisation.
Marie Mortimer, founder of loans.com.au, shares her experiences as a woman in both finance and technology, her advice to others, and her experiences starting and growing her business over nine years.
Biogen, in collaboration with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Australia and Paralympian Dylan Alcott OAM, have recently launched the inaugural ‘Trailblazer Challenge’, aimed at bringing much needed support and solutions to the everyday challenges faced by adults living with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). In this interview, Julie Cini, CEO of Spinal Muscular Atrophy Australia, outlines why she started SMA Australia and the impact the Trailblazer Challenge will have on the SMA community.
Jessica Sanders took the book industry by storm when she created the first iteration of her book, Love Your Body through Kickstarter in 2018. Two years later the book is available in 26 countries and received the Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) for Small Publishers Children’s book of the year 2020. Now, Jessica is releasing her new book, Be Your Own Man. In this interview, Jessica explains why she believes the current definition of masculinity is hurting boys and men.
Fiona Holstrom shares why she started STEM Punks to inspire the next generation of STEM students and professionals.
A guest post by Donna “The Astronomer” Burton Associate Lecturer at University of Southern Queensland and Astronomer in Charge Milroy Observatory Coonabarabran
Patricia Vera-World outlines her career in bioinformatics and her role at Microba.
Dr Kirsten Ellis shares why she built TapeBlocks, where the idea came from, and why building products for people with disabilities benefits the whole of society.
Brooke Jamieson outlines her career to date, including her current role as Experience Lead at PlaceOS and how she applies a broad range of skills to her day-to-day work.
A guest post by Joanna Auburn co founder of Trace.
For this year’s National Science Week, Echo Chamber Escape will be profiling a range of science and technology professionals over several articles to highlight what careers in these sectors look like and the opportunities for upcoming graduates to look forward to. This interview is with Dr Nicola Angel, Head of Laboratory Operations at Microba.