#NextGen Australian Women in STEM & Entrepreneurship

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Event Details

16 Jan 2020 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Covo 981 Mission St San Francisco, CA 94103 United States
Note: Local venue time is January 15 2020 from 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM PST


Meet the future STEM innovators…

If you're curious about how the next generation is responding to the rapid changes in tech and business, join us at this fun and inspiring evening hosted at Covo, San Francisco.

Over drinks and refreshments, you'll hear from Australian high school and college-aged students who created IoT innovations during a highly competitive 'Women in STEM & Entrepreneurship' Program (WISE).

The WISE program was led by Monash University's Faculty of IT and supported by The Hacker Exchange, a global talent incubator for next generation startups and leaders.

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Date Wed, January 15, 2020
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM PST
Venue Covo
981 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94103
United States

As well as hearing from our students, you'll also meet:

Chris Gonsalvez – Chief Investigator, WISE Program, Faculty of IT, Monash University

Jeanette Cheah – Co-founder & CEO of The Hacker Exchange & Course Advisory Team: Entrepreneurship at Monash University

Chris and Jeanette will present the research and insights of the WISE Program, and a global perspective of education for women in STEM and entrepreneurship based on their experience driving education initiatives in key innovation ecosystems such as Tel Aviv, Singapore, Silicon Valley and Melbourne.

Chris Gonsalvez and Jeanette Cheah

About The Hacker Exchange

The Hacker Exchange (HEX) is a global talent incubator shaking up entrepreneurship education by supercharging the next generation of leaders and startups. Through global, immersive and academically accredited programs, HEX builds student mindsets, skillsets and networks to prepare them for the future of work. Currently, HEX is proud to connect global talent to innovation ecosystems like Silicon Valley, Tel Aviv, Singapore and Melbourne.

Event Contact

Cindy Chandra