Jacqueline’s works globally within the academic, not for profit and private sectors to deliver projects spanning computing, neuroscience, robotics, cancer and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) education. She is an active advocate for women and girls in STEM and recent awards include 2018 Future Makers Fellowship (CSL Australia) and 2019-2020 Superstars of STEM (STA). She currently balances her teaching and advocacy role with The Tech Girls Movement and Academy for Enterprising Girls, a Google educator grant and a program management position in Myeloma Australia’s Medical and Scientific Advisory Group. Jacqueline is the current chair of the Association for Computing Machinery - Women in Asia Pacific (ACMW-AP).