Emmaline Yearsley

Translation and Impact in STEM
Emmaline Yearsley
  • 2023 Nominee

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About Emmaline Yearsley

Emmaline is an experienced engagement and partnerships specialist within Western Australia’s science and technology sector. Possessing a multi-disciplinary background, she has worked across a range of institutions including the Western Australian Museum, Curtin University, Women in Technology WA, and Scitech Discovery Centre. Her roles have often focused on the management of programs that empower youth audiences to engage with STEM, such as the implementation of National Science Week in WA, and as the Community Manager for Techtrails.

She is driven to create deep, human-centered relationships that inspire productive collaboration. She currently works as the Manager for Translation and Impact at the Curtin University node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research where she links research with industry and students.

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