Transformation, One STEM School Program at a Time

The She Maps Impact Program has a simple mission:

Scale-Up STEM education in under-represented areas to create a diverse and equal STEM workforce.

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Imagine if everyone had access to STEM education

Imagine if it wasn't just some schools in some areas but the entire global population of children understanding how they can use STEM to change their world.

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That’s where we’re heading with this IMPACT program and it couldn’t come at a more necessary time.

Together, we can create a better future by giving people from every gender, background, creed, and identification, the opportunity to learn, develop, and contribute to STEM.

We follow four United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

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Our Impact so far

Explore how we're bringing positive change to communities around the world.
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Funding and value-in-kind delivered.

Impact Trainer

Certified and Community Educators trained.

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Countries where our program is taught.

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The Surveyors’ Trust

Education resources free for Queensland schools

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Ignite FNQ

Education programs for remote and regional schools

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Gympie Regional Libraries

Community Educators

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University of Tasmania

Community Educators

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Philippines Flying Lab

Certified Educator Training Hub

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Australian – ASEAN Council, DFAT

Student and teacher programs

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Duke University

Certified Educator Training Hub

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Fiji Flying Lab

Certified Educator

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Tanzania Flying Lab

Community Educators

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Uganda Flying Lab

Community Educators

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Kenya Flying Lab

Community Educators

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India Flying Lab

Certified Educator

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Nepal Flying Lab

Certified Educator

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Panama Flying Lab

Community Educators

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Jamaica Flying Lab

Community Educators

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Senegal Flying Lab

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Impact stories

Learn more about our global STEM impact.

Committed to doing good

As a Social Enterprise, we commit 50% of our profits to our Impact Program Projects.

Join our Impact Team

Join the mission to make STEM Education accessible to everyone as an Impact Funder, Impact Partner, or an Impact Supporter.

Impact Funders

Funders help us undertake large projects and bridge the gap between education, industry and government.

The Surveyors’ Trust

The Surveyors’ Trust helps us deliver our online teacher resource, Orbit, to every school in Queensland, Australia, and deliver projects to raise awareness about the spatial industry as an important career path.

Australia-ASEAN Council, DFAT

The Australian-ASEAN Council have funded us to travel to the Philippines train 10 new Instructors in partnership with WeRobotics, and to work with Diamonds in the Rough and Indonesian Government organisation, QITEP in Science, to teach our program to Indonesian youth and teachers.

Ignite FNQ

Ignite FNQ has funded us to deliver programs in regional and remote areas of Far North
Queensland, providing access to STEM school program to underrepresented communities and schools.

Impact Partners

Partners help us train more instructors and get STEM education into local communities faster.

WeRobotics and Flying Labs

We are the Education Partner for WeRobotics, training their Flying Labs youth coordinators to engage youth in their country with our Drone Programs, to accelerate the use of drones for aid, health, development, and environmental efforts.

University of Tasmania

We have partnered with the University of Tasmania College of Sciences and Engineering
and taught their staff how to use our program for community engagement activities.

Gympie Regional Libraries

We have taught staff from the Gympie Regional Libraries how to use our program for
community engagement activities.

Duke University Marine Robotics& Remote Sensing

We have taught post graduate students and staff from the Marine Robotics & Remote Sensing Lab how to use our program for
community engagement activities in North Carolina, USA.

Impact Supporters

Supporters help us identify where we can do the most good, and share our message.

Women and Drones

We work with Women and Drones to support the profile of women using drones in their careers, and to support educators in the USA bring drones into their teaching.


During times of disaster and emergency, GIVIT helps us identify communities where children’s education is affected so that we can provide a drone experience to lift the confidence and spirits of kids experiencing hardship.

Geospatial Science

We work with Geospatial Science to share resources and tell great stories about geospatial career opportunities.

University of Exeter

Dr Karen Anderson at University of Exeter helps us run Drone Curriculum Programs that inspire young girls and university students in the United Kingdom, in conjunction with the Royal Aeronautical Society in London.

Get Kids into Survey

We collaborate with Get Kids into Survey to promote the survey and geospatial industry to kids in exciting and engaging ways.

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For every one of our Pippa and Dronie books sold, we provide another to an under-represented school or child. We have partnered with Ardoch to get the book to the right places.

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Deadly Science

For every one of our Pippa and Dronie books sold, we provide another to an under-represented school or child. We have partnered with Deadly Science to get the book to the right places.

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