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STEM Advocate & Gundungurra Woman



Tully Mahr is a proud Gundungurra woman, STEM advocate, and professional speaker, currently studying her Master of Mechanical Engineering specialising in Aerospace at the University of Melbourne. With a B.Sc from the Australian National University, Tully is passionate about the integration of science and engineering concepts to inform a unique and holistic approach to STEM research and development, specifically within the space industry. Similarly, she is interested in using her cultural background to integrate traditional Indigenous knowledge into modern scientific and space research.

Tully's educational and career journey has led her to some exciting opportunities, including most recently completing an internship at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where she worked in the Origins and Habitability Laboratory in the Planetary Science division. Tully is an advocate for representation of marginalised communities within STEM, and aims to encourage and mentor the next generation of leaders, scientists and engineers.

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