What volunteering with Girls In Tech has given me in return

Posted: 12.01.2018

I was first introduced to the Girls In Tech community back in 2016 when I interviewed Adriana Gascoigne, the founder and CEO,  for an article I was writing for my work. She was in town for Pause Fest and at the same time, to launch the organisation's Australian chapter...

My first year of volunteering at GIT

Posted: 11.15.2018

#GirlBossNight That is all it took for @Girls In Tech Australia (GIT) to have me keen to volunteer. I had just found a place that supported women with an interest in technology, start ups and providing them with a platform to grow. A year of volunteering with GIT Australia … allowed me to share a common...

Why I hacked and so should you

Posted: 09.08.2018

So I’m fairly new to the tech industry as I’m one of the increasingly popular ‘career changers’ group. I am also a graduate of a boot camp. That’s all you really need to know about me because I bet a good portion of you can already relate either from...

My road to Startmate

Posted: 08.19.2018

Hi, I’m Tracie. I’m a volunteer for Girls in Tech and CEO of Serinus Security, a security start-up. Serinus tells you when the WiFi you are using is being hacked, wherever you are. You can take it with you wherever you go so you know when your WiFi at home,...

What I learnt from running Girls in Tech Australia’s Catalyst conference

Posted: 07.21.2018

Nearly two months have passed, and I’ve since been reflecting on the rewarding journey that was executing Australia’s first Catalyst conference. What boiled down to two days, was actually over a year in the making, so I thought I’d take the time to share with you three of the...

So how did it go bringing a 3 month old to a tech event?

Posted: 07.14.2018

We are so fortunate to have Angela leading the charge with our email marketing at Girls in Tech Australia. Her insights in tech and unique understanding of all things digital have been invaluable. Production Manager at SitePoint Premium Angela is also mother of two and we appreciate Angela bringing...

#GITCatalyst Speaker series: Q&A with Louise Alphonso

Posted: 04.28.2018

In 2013, Louise Alphonso faced redundancy but that did not stop this go-getter from picking herself up and seeking new opportunities. Today, as REA Group’s Program Manager, Louise looks after programs to support the group’s tech community. We caught up with Louise to learn about her motivations, her lessons...

#GITCatalyst Speaker series: Q&A with Monique Marrow

Posted: 04.21.2018

Monique Marrow has a goal – to change the world in this digital age, where transparency and the individual are at the centre of that universe. It’s a goal that every techpreneur aspires to reach, and one that has been pushed into the spotlight even more so recently. Monique, however,...

#GITCatalyst Speaker series: Q&A with Alysha Naples

Posted: 04.20.2018

Get to know your Catalyst Speaker Alysha Naples before you see her on the 30th of May. Two years ago, Alysha Naples decided to make a change for herself. By that point, she had over 20 years of experience in design under her belt, starting out as a graphic designer,...

#GITCatalyst Speaker series: Q&A with Patrycja Slawuta

Posted: 04.16.2018

As the countdown for the first Australian Catalyst Conference gets closer we wanted to introduce you to same of the incredible speakers who will be inspire and energise May 30th and 31st. One of our international speaks is Patrycja Slawuta founder of SelfHackathon from New York. Social psychologist Patrycja Slawuta has...