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Sarah Moran is co-founder of Girl Geek Academy, a movement to bring one million women and girls into technology careers by 2030.


Sarah established Girl Geek Academy in 2014 alongside four fellow co-founders, as a place to learn, connect and inspire change. 


Working to shift the way political leaders, schools, young girls and professional women think about and practice STEM, Girl Geek Academy is for girls from the age of five right through to 95.


Girl Geek Academy has worked with more than 1000 teachers in delivering the National Digital Technologies Curriculum, ran the world’s first hackathon for women, built a community of more than 2000 high school girls learning A.I. and recently released a series of middle-grade fiction books with Penguin Random House about girls exploring the world of STEM. 

Sarah also supports emerging women entrepreneurs as a judge of the Australian Women’s Weekly Woman of the Future Awards.

As an early adopter of electric vehicles, she is also working closely with the Electric Vehicle Council to lobby for policy change to rapidly increase the uptake of EVs in Australia.


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Sarah is a well-regarded speaker and expert in the field of technology and entrepreneurship. She is available for public speaking opportunities and can provide insight, inspiration, and practical advice on a range of topics related to technology, business, and diversity.

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Sarah has a passion for empowering others to pursue their passions and has a wealth of experience and knowledge to share. In addition to speaking engagements, Sarah is also available to host and MC events. She is a charismatic and experienced host who can engage and entertain audiences of all sizes and backgrounds. Sarah's energy, enthusiasm, and expertise make her an ideal choice for events that require a confident and knowledgeable host who can keep the event on track and ensure that everyone is having a great time.

Girl Geeks Academy Is Bringing More Women To The Tech Industry In Australia
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