SHE# STORYTELLERS SERIES 2.0

Join Us for our She# Storytellers Speakers sessions - 2.0!
Back by popular demand.

SheSharp is delighted to announce Storytellers Series 2.0 after an overwhelming response from our first series!

This time around we have the honour to bring some more amazing speakers to you all!

We are super excited to announce Sai Honig (Senior Security Consultant) and Divya Kataria (Transmission Gully, Graduate Civil Engineer) for our free She# Storytellers Series 2.0!

Get your free tickets from shesharp.org.nz/events today! (Zoom details will be sent to registered attendees.)

Each session will feature a presentation and Q&A from our featured guest speakers on their career journey & industry topics, plus opportunities for breakout discussions and networking with fellow professionals and aspiring technologists.

Grab your free tickets now – we hope to seeing you soon!

OUR SPEAKERS

Sai Honig

NZNWS

Sai Honig is a multipotentialite who has worked in differing roles in various industries. Prior to information security, Sai was an aerospace design engineer and financial/ operational auditing. Sai’s IT experience is in the governance, audit, supply chain, risk management, and security. Her industrial experience includes manufacturing, healthcare, education, and financial services.
Sai has volunteered for the Grameen Foundation. This foundation’s global efforts in microfinance and assisting those to access capital in order to improve their lives, their families and their communities. Sai’s volunteer efforts were recognized with The President’s Volunteer Service Award in May 2013 from then President Barack Obama. Sai served as board member of (ISC) 2 from 2017-2019.
Originally, from the United States, Sai now lives in New Zealand. Sai is also co-founder of NZ Network for Women in Security. This group provides a forum for women currently working in cybersecurity or are interested in cybersecurity.

Divya Kataria

TRANSMISSION GULLY

Divya is currently working as a Graduate Bridge Engineer at Transmission Gully. She is passionate about community wellbeing, awareness and Humanitarian aid. She is a UN Peace Ambassador in New Zealand working on raising awareness about people affected by Tuberculosis and MDR-TB in North Korea.
In 2017, she initiated a bi-lateral agreement between Czech Technical University in Prague and AUT to allow students to go for an international exchange program. She is passionate about travel and experiencing different cultures. In 2018, she participated in the exchange program to Prague with three engineering students from AUT.
To continue her passion, she served as an International Affairs Officer at AUT and later got promoted to the President role at AUT Student Association. Her life's mission is to continue helping the community through her skills and civil engineering degree. One day,She dreams of working with Engineers Without Borders (EWB).
She has been awarded the Student of the year award by National Association Women in Construction and First Class Honours in Construction Engineering.

Sai Honig is a multipotentialite who has worked in differing roles in various industries. Prior to information security, Sai was an aerospace design engineer and financial/ operational auditing. Sai’s IT experience is in the governance, audit, supply chain, risk management, and security. Her industrial experience includes manufacturing, healthcare, education, and financial services.
Sai has volunteered for the Grameen Foundation. This foundation’s global efforts in microfinance and assisting those to access capital in order to improve their lives, their families and their communities. Sai’s volunteer efforts were recognized with The President’s Volunteer Service Award in May 2013 from then President Barack Obama. Sai served as board member of (ISC) 2 from 2017-2019.
Originally, from the United States, Sai now lives in New Zealand. Sai is also co-founder of NZ Network for Women in Security. This group provides a forum for women currently working in cybersecurity or are interested in cybersecurity.

Divya is currently working as a Graduate Bridge Engineer at Transmission Gully. She is passionate about community wellbeing, awareness and Humanitarian aid. She is a UN Peace Ambassador in New Zealand working on raising awareness about people affected by Tuberculosis and MDR-TB in North Korea.
In 2017, she initiated a bi-lateral agreement between Czech Technical University in Prague and AUT to allow students to go for an international exchange program. She is passionate about travel and experiencing different cultures. In 2018, she participated in the exchange program to Prague with three engineering students from AUT.
To continue her passion, she served as an International Affairs Officer at AUT and later got promoted to the President role at AUT Student Association. Her life's mission is to continue helping the community through her skills and civil engineering degree. One day,She dreams of working with Engineers Without Borders (EWB).
She has been awarded the Student of the year award by National Association Women in Construction and First Class Honours in Construction Engineering.