QUT Bluebox’s annual shark tank-style pitch event saw five innovative startups compete for their chance to win funding. Sarah was a judge helping to give prizes worth $95,000 in total. QUT Exercise Science student, Annie Flamsteed, won the challenge with iNSPIRE Sports Australia – an online platform and mobile application that specialises in […]
Sarah Moran from Girl Geek Academy and Shivani Gopal from The Remarkable Woman discuss how women can empower themselves in TODAY’s Agenda. Massive thanks to Georgie Gardner for bringing the opportunity to life. Check out the full video (8mins 50secs) here: https://www.9now.com.au/today/2018/extras/clips/clip-cjn3pj9r0001f0hujhsd5oy0s
In this video, Sarah Moran, co-founder and CEO of Girl Geek Academy, talks to ASIC’s Laura Higgins about establishing and developing good money habits in her business. This video was created as part of ASIC’s MoneySmart Women talk Money campaign.
Here’s a photo that appeared in The Age.
Learn to be Pitch Perfect with Sarah’s guide to the pitch.
Fitzroy Academy has been filming short interviews with social impact people about the less heroic side of their work. Interviewees are experienced founders, funders, and early employees in the social impact / #socent world. Think @SarahMoran,@mulagostarr and @pfinette. What used to scare you that doesn’t scare you anymore? What do you know now that you […]
“You’re in the minority, mate!” Sarah Moran says more needs to be done to support women in STEM… oh, and she slams the Google memo while she’s at it #TheDrum
There’s an “exciting new world of work” out there, and not only is Sarah Moran embracing it, she’s encouraging others to do the same. Ms Moran, 32, is chief executive of Girl Geek Academy, which builds technical and entrepreneurial skills among women. She said the lines between traditional jobs and […]
“The internet is largely built by men,” says Sarah Moran, CEO of Girl Geek Academy. She plans to change this by getting more girls #coding. #HourofCode