Our Team

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Author of Girl Geeks series
Alex Miles

Since publishing her first play at age seventeen, Melbourne-based writer Alex (Lee) Miles has worked across theatre, television and advertising, and under the alluring penname H.I. Larry for eight children’s books in the Zac Power series. She’s imparted wedding wisdom with Sixty Secrets for a Happy Bride, and excited readers across the country with her latest children’s series, Starring Olive Black.

Head Of Operations
Hannah O’Brien

Hannah O’Brien is the tech-obsessed Head of Operations currently working as the organisational epicenter of Girl Geek Academy. Hannah first realised her tech talents in 2010 when she built her first website and social media network during her work as a beauty blogger. Hannah grew up as an avid video game consumer, playing adventure and puzzle games in her spare time, while curating an impressive career supporting entrepreneurs as a business strategist and operations manager.

Program Producer
Celeste Carnegie

CC is a Birrigubba South Sea Islander woman from Far North QLD. She is a Program Producer at Indigitek and all-round creative. Her love for technology started through her fascination with sci-fi. She would help her mother fix their home tech by hacking and fiddling.

Dayle Stevens

In a sea of blue suits, technology executive Dayle Stevens, stands out from the crowd. She’s even met HM The Queen! Dayle is Chief Data Officer at AGL, where she solves problems using design thinking and creativity. She has presented at conferences across four continents, and to audiences ranging from senior executives to children as young as five. Dayle is also an ambassador at Girl Geek Academy, board chair at Robogals, a children’s book author, a patchwork quilter and an award winning cheese maker.

Co-Founder and Award-Winning Games Producer
Lisy Kane

Lisy’s gaming industry insights have seen her curate and produce sell-out events for the academy, including #SheMakesGames – Australia’s first all-women game-making day – which was such a hit it has been made an annual event.

Co-Founder and Chaos Engineer
Tammy Butow

Tammy Butow is an engineering leader and one of the five founding members of global movement Girl Geek Academy, with a mission to teach 1 million women technical skills by 2025. 

Co-Founder and Chief Hipster
Amanda Watts

A digital design specialist who uses the keyboard as her paintbrush, Amanda is the artist behind the vibrant Girl Geek Academy branding and sits as its Design program lead.

Co-Founder and Chief Maker
April Staines

A digital visionary, April designed and made her own 3D printers before they were even on the market and is currently bootstrapping her own digital fabrication business, April Storm Props.