Women’s low STEM participation a national emergency

Corrie McLeod

The low number of women in STEM occupations is “a national emergency”, according to the chairman of Industry Innovation and Science Australia, Andrew Stevens, who is also a member of Champions of Change, a group of CEOs and company directors working to achieve gender equality.

He recently spoke to InnovationAus chief executive and publisher, Corrie McLeod, and Dominique Fisher, co-founder and chief executive of Paddl Co, off the back of the Paddl Impact Accelerator Program, sponsored by Western Sydney University, with InnovationAus as the media partner and the Western National Innovation Games funded by the Australian Government and delivered by Paddl Co.


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