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Right after university, I was passionate about using technology to empower the next generation, I saw technology as a powerful tool for change

Amanda Maiwald, Co-founder and CEO of Complori

Amanda, the founder and CEO of Complori, and a Grace alumna, is driving a revolutionary change in the field of tech education for children. She has developed an innovative platform that teaches Future Skills through engaging, gamified content, aimed at empowering the next generation with essential digital literacy.

In this interview, Amanda shares her personal and professional journey, highlighting the challenges and triumphs of being a female founder in the tech industry.

You started Complori right after you finished university: Could you walk us through your journey in founding Complori?

Right after university, I was passionate about leveraging technology to empower the next generation. My father, who has an IT background, inspired me early on to see technology as a powerful tool for change.

The idea for Complori came during the early days of the pandemic, when I realized how much kids were missing out on meaningful digital education. Together with a fantastic team, we created a platform to teach kids Future Skills through engaging, gamified content. It's been an incredible journey, turning a vision into a thriving startup that's making a real impact.

What should readers know about you? Apart from being the founder of Complori?

Beyond founding Complori, I'm deeply committed to fostering digital literacy and innovation. My background in computer science and my personal journey as a woman in tech drive my mission to make tech education accessible to all children.

I believe in continuous learning and often participate in discussions and panels about the future of education and technology. I'm also an advocate for gender diversity in tech, supporting various initiatives to encourage more girls and women to enter STEM fields.

Future of Tech Education: How do you see the landscape of tech education for kids and teens evolving in the next few years, and what role will Complori play in that evolution?

The future of tech education is incredibly exciting. In the next few years, we’ll see a greater integration of AI and interactive learning tools that personalize education to individual student needs.

Complori is at the forefront of this evolution, providing kids with the skills they need to thrive in a digital world. We aim to expand our offerings to include more advanced topics like AI, ensuring that our students are not just consumers of technology, but creators and innovators.

Inspiring Young Innovators: Can you share any success stories of young people who have been particularly inspired or impacted by Complori's programs?

Absolutely, there are so many inspiring stories! One that stands out is a young girl named Lina who joined our coding class with no prior experience. By the end of the program, she had developed a passion for programming and even created her own simple game.

Lina’s newfound confidence in her tech skills was incredible to see, and she's now considering choosing her university studies in Computer Science.

Advice for Aspiring Female Founders: What advice would you give to women who are considering starting their own tech startups?

My advice to aspiring female founders is to be bold and resilient. The tech industry can be challenging, but your unique perspective is invaluable. Surround yourself with a supportive network, seek out mentors, and don't be afraid to ask for help. Embrace failures as learning opportunities, and stay true to your vision. Remember, your journey


Thank you Amanda for the Interview and insights!  


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