Living life with ESTEAMME
After a diverse career in marine research, Government and University I am now living my dreams and living my life with ESTEAMME, literally: Entrepreneurship, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics and Maker Education. I am passionate about creative education, sharing my professional experiences and helping others to turn something they love into something they live.
I believe that the connections we make with people can be life changing and sometimes it only takes that one conversation to spark your imagination so you take that brave step towards your dream! It happened to me and I’m now following my heART!!
Every time I visit a school I get asked the same question, “How did you get your dream job!”. I think it is important to share our journey’s and experiences (both the good and the bad) with our youth to show them that they can also lead a life of (and with) ESTEAMME! I don’t believe in this age of opportunity and technology that our kids have to wait until they are 40 to be living their dream job.
Sharing my journey
I’m currently part of the below STEM/STEAM mentoring programs so please Contact me if you would like to discuss this mentoring or would like me to visit your school or youth group to discuss my journey and life of ESTEAMME. There are many ways to communicate these days so no matter where you live in the world we can make a connection, whether that be via email, Skype, Google Hangouts, social media platforms etc.
I am a FabFem! FabFems are women from a broad range of professions in STEM. They are passionate, collaborative, and work to make the world a better place. Many girls have similar interests but aren’t connected to adults who exemplify the STEM career pathway. FabFems can expand girls’ career options, dispel stereotypes and spark their interests – just by being yourself! You can ‘sea’ my FabFems Marine Science profile and find out how to turn something you love into something you live!
Queensland STEM in action!
I am also part of the Queensland STEM Education Network (QSEN) and you can view my profile as a Marine Ecologist & Artist and ‘sea’ what my career experiences have been and the advice I have for any budding marine scientist/artists!