Hannah Golding is a Senior Automation Advisor at Rio Tinto, co-founder of UWA’s Girls in Engineering (GiE) program, and a Rubik’s Cube Master.
Hannah keeps up-to-date with the continual development of automation technology existing in the mining market, and considers if this equipment will suit operations. E.g. autonomous wash bays, fleet inventions, and technology pathways. Hannah is passionate about: creating a safer work environment, more interesting jobs, and economic benefits.
GiE is demystifying engineering, breaking down stereotypes, and increasing female university enrolments. GiE targets year 7-10 students and inspires them for STEM careers. Since 2014 the program has reached 9,000 students from 16 schools. Hannah has taught 700 pupils the Rubik’s cube, and hustled up industry representatives for college visits.