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This year WinSTEM UniSA held a series of networking events.

This first event was our Professionals in STEM online networking event on September 29th. This event featured six panellists who were all in STEM workplaces including:

  • Luisa Pannucio - Civil Engineer and Project Manager
  • Steph Lamont-Friedrich - Account Manager and Business Development Manager for SA Government and Energy and Natural Resources at KPMG
  • Alana Pyper - Project Manager at Mott MacDonald
  • Sahar Saqeb - Technical Specialist at Microsoft
  • Prerita Mehta - Product Manager at Azure Data
  • Amey Holden - Microsoft Power Platform Technical Architect and director of her own technical consultancy company.

For this event we began with a couple of questions to the panellists as way of introduction and then broke into smaller breakout rooms where attendees could ask their own questions to panellists. This setup gave everyone a chance to talk with the panellists in a smaller, more casual environment. Then at the end of the 2 hours we came back as a group to finish the event.

Thank you, 
Rachael, Test



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12:22am on 30 Mar 24 thanks South Australia Students Comedy Club
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