Regional Ambassadors - Sunshine Coast

Students

Grace Lambert - Coolum State High School

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

My Teacher at school mentioned it to us at school and I am interested in STEM subjects and I am looking at improving my educational outcomes and this program sounds interesting.

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Allie Littman - Good Shepherd Lutheran College

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

I would like to become an Ambassador to represent my region, saying ‘I am a Tech Girl’. Last year, I competed alongside my best friends, which made us thrive personally, and as a team. It helped us develop our character strengths such as gratitude for what we have, bravery from speaking in public, creativity when solving problems as well as teamwork to pull it all together.

Tech Girls was amazing to experience and I hope to share my learning with others. I would be honoured to be a part of the Tech Girl movement team


Millie Ellis - Good Shepherd Lutheran College

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

I've participated in a number of STEM and Tech Girl competitions for many years now and would really like to be an ambassador. I love to help other people and share my STEM knowledge. I also love encouraging more people, especially girls, to do more STEM activities.

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Ashanti McLean - Noosa District State High School - Pomona Campus

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

I want to be an Tech Girls Regional Ambassador because, I want to be apart of something that is actively encouraging our future generations to have a go and be open to amazing opportunities. Being apart of this program will lead to so many great experiences and hands on fun. I believe this program really is making a difference and I was overjoyed to learn I could be apart of the work that goes on in this program, I want to help other girls to feel this way and show them the amazing things that they too can be apart of. I am so excited to explore this and make the most of the opportunities that come my way. In ending, this is something I really want to be a part of so that I can help to represent and recognise all of the amazing skills, not just in STEM, but also other areas, that our future generations of girls will bring.


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Bhumisha Lal - Noosa District State High School - Pomona Campus

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

I want to be open to new and exciting opportunities and give people the chance to change our future in a positive way. I want to encourage other girls to become open to STEM and become more innovative. In many years, many jobs will become unavailable due to advanced technology; jobs that require a high amount of skill (Jobs fit for STEM Students), would be the only jobs left for humans. Being included in this Ambassador Program can help not just me to become more involved in my studies and help make most of my schooling years, but those around me, too.


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Anouk Betterridge - Noosa District State High School - Pomona

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

I would like to become a regional ambassador so as I can share the knowledge that I have and will learn throughout the tech girls program with new and emerging tech girls as well continuing to learn myself because as they say THE BEST WAY TO LEARN IS TO TEACH.

 

Teachers

 
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Lyndel Zagami - Noosa District SHS Pomona Campus

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

I am HOD English/Humanities and currently teach Year 8 STEM class with 6 girls that are all highly motivated and interested in STEM.


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Tracy Sleeman - Golden Beach State School

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

I have entered teams of students in the challenge for the past 2 years, love the movement, have witnessed firsthand the opportunities and doors it opens for all concerned. Students, mentors and teachers become one as we all work towards common goals and solutions to real world problems.


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Nicola Cumner - Good Shepherd Lutheran College

Why do you want to be an ambassador?

As a digital technologies teacher working in classrooms from Prep to Year 8 I am passionate about increasing the number of girls in tech. I see their talents, skills and enthusiasm in our classrooms on a daily basis and want to see this move through to senior schooling and career opportunities. Last year I enrolled my group and we dabbled in the competition behind the scenes but this year we are keen to compete as well as engage more students from the school. As a member of the Sunshine Coast Robotics Committee I am interested in developing initiatives, skillset and support across the Coast.