Anne-Sophie Dielen (Scientist)

Working in science is sometimes a little bit like being a kid all over again: you ask yourself a question and you try to answer it, you try to find new ways to look at things. You are basically paid to be curious… It’s a lot of fun!

Read more »

Pallave Dasari (Science)

Science encourages independent thinking and innovation in people. If you are able to solve problems in the lab and manage multiple students, you develop confidence in your abilities.

Read more »

Anwen Krause-Heuer – Science

I’ve always been fascinated by science, and chemistry was my favourite subject at high school. Chemistry is fun! My job is literally to ‘experiment’ all day, and it’s even better that I get paid to do it.

Read more »

Celine d’Orgeville – Science

Engineering and science are exciting! And so rewarding when you develop new technologies, enable new discoveries, or make those discoveries yourself. Life is too short not to have fun in your daily occupations. All the female engineers and scientists I know are awesome. …you could be one of them!

Read more »

Kim Bell-Anderson – Science

I am a teaching and research academic at the University of Sydney. I honour the responsibility to educate the next generation of scientists. It is important to have successful women academics to send the message that a woman can be a teacher, a researcher and a mother too.

Read more »

Copyright © 2019 economic Security4Women | Website built by Jason King | Drawings by Tim Sanders