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Wednesday, October 14 • 14:40 - 15:20
Panel: Who Run the World?

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This panel will inspire you. It will challenge you to be better. It will bring together the voices of some of Aotearoa’s rising wāhine who are harnessing the power of the Internet in a way that makes us feel like singing a Beyoncé song.

Join us to learn what good the Internet might do out in the wild. Panellists Aleisha Amohia, Molly Ravenswood, and Sophie Handford will discuss youth, social justice, tech, and the sisterhood.

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Sophie Handford

Founder, SS4C NZ
Kia ora e te whānau. Ko Sophie Handford toku ingoa. I live in the beautiful seaside village of Paekākāriki and am 19 years of age.I founded School Strike 4 Climate NZ last year and am now a Kāpiti Coast District Councillor, holding the climate and youth portfolios.I'm keen to... Read More →
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Molly Ravenswood

Hey! My name is Molly Ravenswood and  I am a student at Aotea College who is running a fundraiser for Youthline by breaking the world record for the longest Calculus Class! I also ran workshops to bridge the digital divide between men and women in tech called "The Digital Collide... Read More →
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Aleisha Amohia

Koha Developer, Catalyst IT
Koha Developer.Advocate for diversity and inclusion in all spaces, but especially tech.Wellington Branch Vice President of National Council of Women New Zealand.Past President of Victoria University of Wellington Women in Tech.

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Eteroa Lafaele

Software Enginner, Voluntarily
Of Samoan descent, 23-year-old Eteroa is a trailblazing Software Engineer from Wellington. Her work championing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is why she was named a 2019 Prime Minister’s Pacific Youth Award winner.

Wednesday October 14, 2020 14:40 - 15:20 NZDT
Plenary Livestream