Women in STEM - Home. Brittany Teei - Curious Minds, He Hihiri i te Mahara. Brittany Teei (Rarotonga, Avatiu, Atiu, Ngāi Tahu) is Co-founder of KidsCoin, an educational software program that teaches children good money habits.
What do you do on an average work day? There’s no such thing as an average workday for me! I do many varied tasks and jobs ranging from working with developers on website development, to planning out UX [user experience] and UI [user interface] designs, to social media marketing and working in the communities. It really depends on the needs of the business and what the priorities are at the time. I also make a point everyday to do some physical exercise; whether that be yoga, netball, tennis or simply walking to work and enjoying the view along the way. What did you study at school? Michelle Knowler, Laboratory Science - Ara. Zahra Hussaini, Laboratory Science - Ara. Women in science who changed the world.
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[Joe conducts a karakia (prayer) before the interview, to ask for blessings for the conversation that will be had, for guidance in the sharing knowledge and customs around food, and for supporting the younger generation that will take this pathway.] [Interview begins] Shelley: Kia ora. Food safety, it's something that we're all interested in because it's important to all of us, and I'd like to introduce you to Joe who is an expert in marae catering.
Now, Joe, you've had a really interesting background with all of your expertise in cooking, et cetera. Joe: Kia ora. Shelley: So how do you actually go about keeping the food safe on the marae? Joe: A lot of our marae have refrigeration units now, but a lot still don't. Shelley: So when you're preparing a hāngī - quite different. Shelley: So kai moana, a lot of people enjoy collecting kai moana. [End of transcript] Edutopia. Explore Women in STEM – Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics — Science Learning Hub. Interview with inventor Dean Kamen - LEGO MINDSTORMS. About - Curious Minds. Badass engineers shut down sexist trolls with #ILookLikeAnEngineer. Sometimes it can be difficult to see the brighter side of the tech industry, especially for women.
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