Awards, Featured, In print

WINNER: Australian Women’s Weekly Women of the Future

This year The Australian Women’s Weekly and AGL searched for three young women driven by a desire to bring positive change to the lives of others and achieve success in their chosen fields. The three categories this year included Innovation and Technology, Entrepreneur and Business and Community Health and Charity. In 2018, Sarah Moran won […]

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Hosting, In print

Myriad Air: That Startup Show in Business Class

Delivered in partnership with Queensland Government, Myriad Air will charter a Qantas Boeing 747 to bring more than 360 of the brightest minds from Silicon Valley to Queensland. Sarah Moran interviewed some of these high flyers in the nose end of the plane. So get your education in BUSINESS CLASS! […]

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In print

GOOD WEEKEND UPFRONT: Design and Innovation issue

Konrad Marshall is a senior writer for The Age and Sydney Morning Herald, and interviewed Sarah Moran for Good Weekend’s “Upfront” section. This interview featured in the Design and Innovation issue and can be read in full here: https://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/tech-evangelist-sarah-moran-we-need-to-start-building-the-internet-for-women-20170821-gy0x5w.html

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Future of Work, In print, Leadership

Sydney Morning Herald: Future of Work

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 […]

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