While Bryce now supports Australia’s farmers and their communities through his work at NAB, one day he dreams of having a farm of his own.
Name: Dayle Stevens
Your role: General Manager, Support Services Technology
Region: Melbourne CBD
What’s your story?
It all started when I fell in love with technology.
My first day of work was on the factory floor building PCs, which is where I fell in love with technology and started out on a career that has taken me all around the world. I arrived at NAB 15 years ago and have been a part of NAB Technology ever since.
How have you made a difference?
I wanted to create real change for women in technology.
I’m grateful that NAB backed my bold moves to create change for women in technology. In 2014 I took 16 women to India on an immersive technology study tour. It was the largest all-female tech study tour in the world at that time, and the impact was huge. Every single participant was either promoted or in their dream job within six months. We also have a world first with our ‘Girl Geek in Residence’ and together this year we held the largest all-female hackathon. I have bold ideas to change the world for women, and NAB’s backing makes it possible.
What are you passionate about?
I’m passionate about people, technology and changing the world.
I’m excited about solving big problems, taking the less trodden path and bringing out the best in people. I’m also an award winning cheesemaker and a gun boundary umpire for my son’s junior footy team.