Enables Indigenous & non-Indigenous kids to learn about Indigenous cultures while developing digital skills in cutting-edge technologies that creates pathways to employment.
^click to connect on LinkedIn
Inc. Australia's 2023 Women Founders
Our inaugural list of outstanding Australian women founders going places, fast: from Andromeda's Grace Brown to Xylo Systems' Camille Goldstone-Henry.
New technology can help Indigenous people teach the world ancient wisdom
Efforts are being made around the world to give Indigenous peoples a voice, empower them to share their wisdom and stories, and ensure First Nations are involved in building our digital futures.
NEC Women in Tech Series - Mikaela Jade, CEO and Founder, InDigital
Hosted by Associate Professor, Dr Catherine Ball, one of the most sought-after talents across the start-up, futurist and tech world, NEC's Women in Technology series sets out to profile female trailblazers and innovators through a series of insightful interviews. In this episode Dr Catherine Ball talks to InDigital Founder and CEO, Mikaela Jade about her journey from a park ranger to a founder of an amazingly successful start. Mikaela Jade’s 4 x award winning company Indigital work to develop innovative new ways to digitise and translate knowledge and culture from remote and ancient communities. She has a background in environmental biology, and has spent most of her career as a national parks ranger. Developed in remote Kakadu (NT) her signature mobile and hololens app, Indigital Storytelling, uses drones, 4D mapping software, image recognition technology and cultural law to bring the world's cultural sites alive through augmented and mixed reality. A proud Cabrogal woman, she was chosen as one of 21 Indigenous entrepreneurs to attend the Prime Minister’s Reception for Indigenous Innovators and Entrepreneurs in Canberra. Proudly presented by NEC Australia Find out more at www.nec.com.au/women-in-tech