24 October 2017

Women in Technology Lunch

International Convention Centre (ICC), Sydney
Registration opens at 11:45 am
Event time 12:00 – 2:30 pm


The Women in Technology Lunch is a networking event dedicated to encouraging and empowering women in IT. There will be great food, peer discussions and an inspiring keynote and showcase panel facilitated by journalist Leigh Sales. 


Leigh Sales

Leigh Sales is an award‑winning Australian author and journalist. Leigh has interviewed every living Australian Prime Minister as well as Hillary Clinton, Tony Blair, Al Gore, Bill Gates, the Dalai Lama and Aung San Syu Kii to name a few.


Susan Alberti AC

Chairman/ Founder of the Susan Alberti Medical Research Foundation
Susan is the Managing Director and Co‑Founder of Dansu Group, a Melbourne based commercial and industrial building company. She is also the Chairman and Founder of the Susan Alberti Medical Research Foundation. Susan held the role of Vice President of the Western Bulldogs Football Club for 12 years, and is currently Patron of the club and a Board Member.


Marita Cheng, Founder/CEO of aubot and Founder Robogals and Aipoly

Martia Cheng is a technology entrepreneur and the Founder of Robogals  and aubot. Marita is a champion for bridging the gap and encouraging diversity in the technology and engineering fields. Robogals has now taught over 60,000 girls from 11 countries robotics workshops!


Fiona Rankin, UOW Information Management & Technology Services Director/ 2017 Education CIO of the Year
Fiona was recently named the 2017 Education CIO of the Year for incorporating  technology to deliver outcomes for the future ‑ connecting people, facilitating learning and supporting research. Fiona is the CIO at the University of Wollongong, where she is responsible for development and delivery of key strategic initiations, in addition to the operational and people management aspects of UOW’s core technology environment.

Women in Technology Lunch

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