We truly believe we are stronger together. This year’s Homeward Bound cohort is made up of those who are self funded, partly self-funded/work-funded and fully work funded.
For those who are self funded, many are raising money for their place. We would love you to look at the amazing work these women are doing and consider giving to an incredibly good cause and get a gift for giving! We believe our scientists are our future and without them and their voice we’re in trouble.
- Kirsty Rob, Helen Wade and Lorna Slater: Supporting Scottish Women for the 2019 Homeward Bound Program
- Claudia Kielkopf, Germany: Claudia is Homeward Bound for Women in Science
- Steph Gardner, Australia: Uniting & empowering women for a sustainable future
- Daisy Hessenberger, Switzerland: Send a scientist to Antarctica to promote women in science!
- Yalimay Jimenez, Australia: ME, YOU, US: Homeward Bound Program, boosting women leaders
- Deirdre Collins, Australia: Support a female scientist in Homeward Bound 2019!
- Lesley Sefcik, Australia: Homeward Bound – Growing Future Female Leaders
- Karen and Sarah Johns, Australia: Karen & Sarah, Homeward Bound 2019- Educational Leaders in STEMM
- Kristen A. Howard, Australia: Kristen is Homeward Bound for Women in STEMM
- Deb Bower, Australia: Homeward Bound Leadership for Deb
- Mia Cerfonteyn, Iceland: Daughters of Antarctica #HomewardBound2019
- Mary McMillan, Australia: Homeward Bound
- Anita Goh, Australia: Help me to lead change for the aging population
- Amy Edwards, Australia: Amy’s Homeward Bound Journey
- Mary-Ellen Feeney, Australia: Antarctica for STEM
- Marji Puotinen, Australia: What do penguins and coral reefs have in common?
- Kerry Nickols, United States: Empower Women in STEMM to Create Global Change