Sarah Moran is CEO and co-founder of Girl Geek Academy, a movement to help inspire one million women into technology by 2025. Helping inspire a generational shift in the way political leaders, schools, young girls and professional women think about and practice STEM, Girl Geek Academy run programs for girls from the age of five right through to 95+.
Sarah won the Australian Women’s Weekly Woman of the Future award in the Entrepreneur and Business category, the QUT Young Innovation and Entrepreneurship Alumni Award and was a finalist for Cosmopolitan Woman of the Year in 2018.
Sarah is a regular expert on Channel 9’s Today Show, an active community contributor with the Leonardo group and Science Gallery Melbourne, sits on the Victorian Minister’s Advisory Council for Gender Equality, the Future of Work Summit advisory board, the RMIT Games Industry Advisory Committee, the Melbourne International Games Week Steering Committee and the VicHealth Youth Taskforce. Sarah is also an ambassador for Brisbane City Council’s youth program Visible Ink.