threefourfive is a mentoring program run for high school students, by university students. We know how hard Year 12 can be, let alone when there are disruptions to all aspects of life. We’re committed to helping high school students, whose shoes we were in not too long ago, navigate their way through this time.
Emma works as Associate Director in the Shaping Futures team at the Department of Premier and Cabinet. She is also the co-founder of Oxford Insights, a consulting firm specialising in helping governments prepare for artificial intelligence. Emma’s work specialises in the intersection of leadership and technology, a topic she regularly speaks and writes about, including for the Harvard Business Review. Previously, Emma has worked for the Open Data Institute, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and the Institute for Government.
Kelly Ann Smith
Kelly is an accredited teacher in New South Wales and abroad in Washington, USA. She has a background in social science research, and has worked with advocacy groups at both school and state levels to develop education policy recommendations. She has also presented her strategies for teaching media literacy at a leading education conference in the US. Kelly is passionate about education that empowers students, combats inequity, and facilitates self-efficacy. She holds master’s degrees in teaching and information science, and was previously a technical writer at Microsoft.