ATech's Managing Director, Sarah-Jane Peterschlingmann, has been elected Vice Chair of the Australian Computer Society (ACS) Queensland Branch Executive Committee (BEC) for the 2024/2025 term. This appointment recognizes her exemplary leadership and dedication to promoting the tech industry and its practitioners.
Peterschlingmann, who started her career as a web developer, has not only grown ATech from its foundation to become an award-winning business with multimillion-dollar revenues, but has also been recognized with numerous awards herself, including the 2022 Queensland Pearcey ICT Entrepreneur of the Year.
She generously devotes significant personal time to multiple organisations, such as Women in Technology (WIT), Women in Digital, and QUT Women in Technology, among others. She's also held roles at the CQUniversity ICT Advisory Board and the ACS and WIT executive committees, proving her commitment and involvement within the tech community.
In addition to being an investor, entrepreneur, and business advisor, Peterschlingmann is enthusiastic about technology. She frequently speaks on topics of technology, innovation, and leadership, and is featured in the new international bestseller, 'Wholehearted Leadership Revolution'.
Commenting on Peterschlingmann's latest role, Outgoing Chair of ACS Queensland BEC, Beau Tydd, states, "Sarah-Jane's continued commitment to giving back to the tech community, championing change in the industry, and supporting and mentoring aspiring young professionals in their careers is truly inspiring. Her experience and forward-thinking approach will undoubtedly steer the ACS Queensland BEC towards even greater achievements in the coming term."
The newly elected ACS Queensland Branch Executive Committee (BEC) features accomplished professionals committed to fostering innovation and excellence within the industry. The committee includes Mathew Eames (Branch Chair), Sarah-Jane Peterschlingmann (Vice Chair), Peter Yeates (Honorary Secretary), Nick Brant (Honorary Treasurer), and several other esteemed tech industry professionals.
Expressing her gratitude, Sarah-Jane Peterschlingmann states, "I am honoured to be elected Vice Chair of the ACS Queensland Branch Executive Committee. I look forward to collaborating with this esteemed team to advance the interests of our members and contribute to the flourishing tech landscape in Queensland."
ATech, the cloud hosting and web development company which Peterschlingmann leads, is renowned for its high scalability, availability, and security provisions. It has built and hosted websites and web apps for local organizations, including Virgin Australia, Seqwater, and Brisbane City Council.