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Who are the women in STEM?

In the below stories, women working in STEM talk about what inspires them and what they do everyday, plus find about some of the skills they use in their careers and the subjects they took at school. 

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Women working in defence

  • Never be afraid of failing and don’t care what others might think of you. Everything is a learning opportunity and you never know where it may lead and who you might meet.

    Lieutenant Kate Cox

    Aviation Engineer / Lieutenant

    Read Kate's story
  • Attend workshops, university open days and do work experience. Try to speak to your parents' friends who work in different industries to gauge what interests you!

    CAPT Louise Farrell

    Captain, Aviation Maintenance Engineer

    Read Louise's story

Working in the skies

  • You can do anything but you don’t have to do everything – so do what excites you.

    Alana Barber

    Aviation Management student

    Read Alana's story
  • Find your voice. Your passion is your power and influence.

    Bianca Capra

    Senior Lecturer, Aerospace Engineer & Co-Chair YoWIE

    Read Bianca's story

Working with animals

  • The most rewarding part of my job is working with animals and being a voice for the voiceless.

    Janice Vaz

    PhD Student

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  • Kat Duncan with her dog

    Choose a career that you think you'll love, work hard and don't give up till you get there.

    Kat Duncan

    Locum veterinary surgeon

    Read Kat's story
  • Wendy Wright with a juvenile rhinoceros

    I want to ensure that wild places and wild animals are understood and protected.

    Wendy Wright

    Associate Professor, Conservation Biology & Associate Dean, Research Training

    Read Wendy's story
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