Tanya Meessmann

Kim Sutton

For Gold Coast Hospital Foundation CEO Kim Sutton, determination and a drive to succeed has lead her around the world and back home to Australia again.

Micol Carmignani

From the moment you speak to Micol Carmignani you just know you have found someone special. This multilingual student immediately caught our attention with her outstanding ice skater achievements and big dreams to change the world.

Trinity Bush

Trinity is not only a 13-year old with a heart of gold, but she is also a go-getter who has delved into starting her own business, Boha Tribe.

2017 Recap – 13 events | 250 participants | So much Fire!!

With a happy sigh and a smile we put together the following short recap of what was on offer, and now look to 2018 with even MORE fire in our bellies!  Roundtables! All Day Workshop Series Events! Launch of our FUELme Mentoring Program! It’s all happening and it’s going to be awesome.

Neha Ramesh

Neha Ramesh caught our eye earlier this year when she presented at the UN Youth Voice Queensland Grand Final at Parliament House. After three gruelling rounds addressing questions like ‘How can we encourage international collaboration in scientific research?’,

Maja Wilbrink

At first glance, Maja Wilbrink may seem like your normal Year 12 graduate, but upon getting to know her, you soon realise she is nothing short of an exciting mixture of talent and ambition well beyond her years.

Women In Tech

Kicking off 2018, and sure to start with a bang, we hosted our first Fireside Roundtable event featuring five industry experts from the Tech space! With boundless avenues to peruse in this landscape we gave teen girls the opportunity to ask questions and dig deeper into what it really entails to work in tech.

Samantha Hammond

One of Queensland Academies’ newest graduates, Samantha Hammond, is blazing a trail through the theatrical space as a playwright after receiving a number of recent industry awards. In particular, Samantha spent the better half of Year 11 (last year) perfecting her script, Pi in the Sky, before hitting the road to showcase her work at a number of festivals

Science of Fitness

Hitting the ground running

On November 3rd, an eager bunch of girls participated in FUEL’s first workshop: Stress, Your Mind & Your Muscles hosted by Science of Fitness. Decked out in their fitness gear ready to dive in, the girls were introduced to workshop host, Rory, who took them by surprise with his fast facts about why the brain is the most important factor in exercise, and how it can be utilised to reduce levels of stress and anxiety.