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Peter Stutchbury

Peter Stutchbury has practiced Architecture since 1980 establishing a reputation for innovation, responsibility and connection. Peter greatly respects Aboriginal culture. He has taught and lectured nationally and internationally since 1981, held the Catedra Luis Barragán chair, Mexico and a Professor at The University of Newcastle, Australia since 1999. Peter is also a teaching master with […]

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Ros Harvey

Ros Harvey is an experienced entrepreneur and executive in technology, particularly the Internet of Things (IoT) and user-centric design. Ros is committed to creating public good through the innovative use of technology. Since founding Australian agtech company The Yield in 2014, it has become one of the industry’s fastest growing technology success stories, backed by […]

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Sara Morawetz

Sara Morawetz is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores the processes that underpin scientific action, examining how these concepts can be leveraged through artistic inquiry. Interested in the ‘Scientific Method’ and its philosophical implications, her work is devised to test and expose the internal processes of methodological labour. Her practice examines how concepts of observation, […]

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Sharonne Zaks

Dr Sharonne Zaks is not your average dentist/musician. She has over 20 years of experience in private practice in Melbourne and regional Victoria, with a special focus on anxious and phobic patients, and survivors of sexual assault and trauma. Sharonne’s new approach is drawn from trauma informed care, her clinical experience and other research. The […]

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Tara Djokic

Tara is a PhD candidate at the Australian Centre for Astrobiology of the University of New South Wales, Australia. Her PhD work is focussed on the geological setting and ecology of some of Earth’s oldest evidence for life in the approx. 3.5 billion year old ‘Dresser Formation’ located in the Pilbara of Western Australia. Her […]

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Tom Nash

At the age of 19, Tom lost both his hands and both of his legs to a deadly disease. Since then he has rebuilt his life, using prosthetics to master tasks that  many able-bodied individuals often take for granted. An example of the expression ‘That which does not kill us, makes us stronger’, his story […]

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Yve Blake

Yve Blake is an award-winning writer, composer, and musical comedian. She is an alumni of the Royal Court Writers’ Programme and the recipient of the inaugural ATYP Rebel Wilson Theatremaker Scholarship. She’s developed and presented work at Griffin Theatre Company, The Bush Theatre, Old Vic New Voices, The Soho Theatre, The Barbican, the National Theatre, […]

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Ally McLean

Ally McLean is a video game developer and the CEO of The Working Lunch, a social enterprise that is changing the games industry through mentorships for underrepresented people. Winner of the Women’s Weekly Women of the Future award for Innovation and Technology, Ally has had a fascinating career taking her from being one of Australia’s […]

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Angelina Arora

After learning of the detrimental impact that plastic bags and packaging have on the environment while at the grocery store when she was 11 years of age; now Year 12 student, Angelina Arora committed herself to finding a better solution to single-use plastics so humans could still have their convenience yet still not pollute the […]

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Connor McLeod

Blind from birth, Connor McLeod campaigned the Reserve Bank of Australia to print tactile banknotes. Connor’s idea arose after he was given money for Christmas, but could not tell the amount in his hand. The teenager – who has represented his school at state level athletics, rides a push bike, abseils, rock climbs, swims, and […]

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