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Jamaica Moana

Jamaica Moana is a Sydney-based artist, rapper, creative director and songwriter of Māori (Ngāpuhi/Tainui) and Samoan descent. Spiritually entwined with Hokianga and Waikato in the motherland of Aotearoa, whilst currently walking the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. As a multidisciplinary artist, she balances her professional career as a rapper & artist […]

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Sally Woellner

Experienced creative leader and designer, who loves working in product design, branding, advertising, and a huge range of digital media—and has been recently recognised as one of the Women Leading Tech by B&T and Google. Currently a Product Design group lead at Canva, she enjoys figuring out the many ways in which technology and creativity […]

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Jun Bei Liu

Jun Bei Liu is the Portfolio Manager of the Tribeca Alpha Plus Fund, one of Australia’s longest running equity long short funds. A passionate investor with over 19 years of investment experience covering a large range of sectors, an effective public speaker about her investment views and a regular participant in prestigious conferences such as […]

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Lesley Hughes

Lesley Hughes is Distinguished Professor of Biology and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Integrity & Development) at Macquarie University. Her principal research interest has been the impacts of climate change on species and the implications for conservation. She is a former Lead Author in the IPCC’s 4th and 5th Assessment Report, a former federal Climate Commissioner and […]

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Monica Gagliano

Monica Gagliano, PhD is a Research Associate Professor in evolutionary ecology at Southern Cross University where she directs the Biological Intelligence (BI) Lab as part of the Diverse Intelligences Initiative of the Templeton World Charity Foundation. She has pioneered the brand-new research field of plant bioacoustics, for the first time experimentally demonstrating that plants emit […]

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Zhanwei Hou

Dr. Zhanwei Hou is a researcher in the Centre for IoT and Telecommunications at the University of Sydney. He is making great strides in the field of Tactile Internet, developing a low-latency communication method – one which would reduce communication delays – which he hopes will one day allow users to experience touch over the […]

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Tracey Rogers

Tracey Rogers is an ecologist who studies how animals overcome the challenges of changing environments. Her research examines how whale populations have recouped from 20th century hunting and how they now deal with warming oceans; how pack ice seals cope with the loss of ice and krill in the Antarctic; how Tasmanian devils cope with […]

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Uncanny Valley

(Charlton Hill and Justin Shave) Uncanny Valley place a musical lens on technology. Founded in 2010, by music producer/computer scientist Justin Shave and songwriter/entrepreneur Charlton Hill, Uncanny Valley’s focus is one part musical craft, and the other sonic technology. They believe in the pursuit of augmented creativity and strive to define the ethical and sustainable […]

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Shelley Reys AO

Shelley Reys AO is a Djiribul woman of far north Queensland and a respected Indigenous specialist, strategist and service provider. Shelley has been a leader in the reconciliation space for 30 years and as CEO of Arrilla Indigenous Consulting, has been helping the Australian workforce to work in the Indigenous space with greater skill and confidence. […]

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Grace Tame

2021 Australian of the Year, Grace Tame is an outspoken advocate for survivors of sexual assault, particularly those who were abused in institutional settings. From age 15, Grace was groomed and raped by her 58-year-old maths teacher, who was found guilty and jailed for his crimes. However, under Tasmania’s sexual-assault victim gag laws, Grace couldn’t legally […]

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