A veteran of the tech industry, Ann Moffatt has long been ahead of her time, starting her career in IT in 1959 as a programmer for Kodak in the UK.
After moving to Australia in 1974 Ann worked as an IT executive at AMP Society, and later as National Development Manager for the ASX, where she worked in a team of three to develop the National Strategic Plan for ICT, to take the ASX into the 21st Century.
She retired to Hervey Bay in 2001 but didn’t actually stay retired for long – she’s been working to provide tech education to her community through a number of initiatives, including the Silicon Coast Extracurricular Code School for students.
Gina sat down for a chat with Ann to talk about her career in tech and why she’s still passionate about getting others into it.
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