SPEAKERS

Project & Innovation Coordinator, Senior O&M Specialist, Guide Dogs Victoria
After graduating from LaTrobe University in 2001 as an Orientation and Mobility Specialist, John-Ross Barresi worked at Vision Australia providing Orientation and Mobility training to those who are blind or vision impaired. In 2004, John-Ross began at Guide Dogs Victoria, where he has been able to further develop his keen interest in adaptive technology and how it can assist his clients to enhance their independent mobility. In his current role of Innovation & Project Coordinator/Senior O&M Specialist, he manages projects that design and implement new technologies that aim to provide greater independence for his clients.
Ellen Broad returned to Australia from the UK in late 2016, where she was Head of Policy for the Open Data Institute (ODI), an international non-profit founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Sir Nigel Shadbolt. While in the UK, Ellen became an expert adviser to senior UK government minister Elisabeth Truss on data. She has also held roles as Manager of Digital Policy and Projects for the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (Netherlands) and Executive Officer for the Australian Digital Alliance. She is an independent consultant for organisations including Data61, Knowledge Unlatched, the Queensland government and the Open Data Institute Australian Network, while doing a masters in applied data analytics. Ellen’s written and spoken about AI, open data and data sharing issues in places like the New Scientist and the Guardian, for ABC Radio National’s ‘Big Ideas’ and ‘Future Tense’ Programmes and at SXSW. Unrelated to her job, Ellen built an open data board game, Datopolis together with ODI CEO Jeni Tennison, which is being played in 19 countries. She is currently writing a book called MADE BY HUMANS: The AI Condition to be published in August 2018.
CTO, MyXplor
Adam Boas has a long history in software delivery as a developer, tech lead, architect and manager. His career in application, web and mobile development has taken him from coding and design to architecture and team building as well as coaching and management. He has worked in consultancies and product companies in various industries.

Over the past 10 years, Adam has developed a keen interest in both distributed systems and distributed teams. His work with distributed teams has involved both working with remote individuals and teams in product companies as well as building offshore delivery centres and teams to provide elastic capacity to other product companies.

Most recently, after leading teams to rebuild monolithic back office customer and payment systems at REA he has been focussed on working with startups, experimenting with high performing distributed systems and working with teams at Culture Amp to build high performance data pipelines. Adam is currently CTO at MyXplor, building software to improve child care systems.

Exposure to working with world leaders in her early 20’s revealed to Alison Cameron that no one (including the wisest leaders and experts) had the answers to humanity’s most challenging and complex problems. Her life has since been spent exploring how we might, as a humanity and as leaders rise to meet these challenges. As a co-founder of Adaptive Cultures Alison works with complex global organisations in enabling cultural evolution and adaptive leadership. She works with organisations to help them to positively disrupt and make a greater contribution to their customers and their world.  The Adaptive Cultures practitioner programs have enabled a community of leaders and culture practitioners around the world to create sustainable systemic transformation. Alison has a cut-through style that calls us to the task of living our best selves in an authentic, engaging and meaningful way, guiding senior executives and global influencers to living more of their wisdom and compassion.
Juliet Fallace has over 20 years combined Program and Project Manager private and public sector experience. Currently employed as an EL2 at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Juliet is responsible for leading continuous improvement business process and transformational programs. During Juliet’s ABS career she has led service delivery programs, change management programs, strategic and operational technical and business transformation projects. Recently certified as a qualified Professional Scrum Master, Juliet has been leading the ABS for the past 3 years towards transforming how business delivers its products and services through the adoption of Agile practices.
Independent Data Consultant
Ellen Broad returned to Australia from the UK in late 2016, where she was Head of Policy for the Open Data Institute (ODI), an international non-profit founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Sir Nigel Shadbolt. While in the UK, Ellen became an expert adviser to senior UK government minister Elisabeth Truss on data. She has also held roles as Manager of Digital Policy and Projects for the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (Netherlands) and Executive Officer for the Australian Digital Alliance. She is an independent consultant for organisations including Data61, Knowledge Unlatched, the Queensland government and the Open Data Institute Australian Network, while doing a masters in applied data analytics.

Ellen’s written and spoken about AI, open data and data sharing issues in places like the New Scientist and the Guardian, for ABC Radio National’s ‘Big Ideas’ and ‘Future Tense’ Programmes and at SXSW. Unrelated to her job, Ellen built an open data board game, Datopolis together with ODI CEO Jeni Tennison, which is being played in 19 countries. She has written a book called MADE BY HUMANS: The AI Condition.

Founder and Director, Adaptive Cultures and The Leadership Retreat
Exposure to working with world leaders in her early 20’s revealed to Alison Cameron that no one (including the wisest leaders and experts) had the answers to humanity’s most challenging and complex problems. Her life has since been spent exploring how we might, as a humanity and as leaders rise to meet these challenges.

As a co-founder of Adaptive Cultures Alison works with complex global organisations in enabling cultural evolution and adaptive leadership. She works with organisations to help them to positively disrupt and make a greater contribution to their customers and their world.

The Adaptive Cultures practitioner programs have enabled a community of leaders and culture practitioners around the world to create sustainable systemic transformation.

Alison has a cut-through style that calls us to the task of living our best selves in an authentic, engaging and meaningful way, guiding senior executives and global influencers to living more of their wisdom and compassion.

Ellen Broad returned to Australia from the UK in late 2016, where she was Head of Policy for the Open Data Institute (ODI), an international non-profit founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Sir Nigel Shadbolt. While in the UK, Ellen became an expert adviser to senior UK government minister Elisabeth Truss on data. She has also held roles as Manager of Digital Policy and Projects for the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (Netherlands) and Executive Officer for the Australian Digital Alliance. She is an independent consultant for organisations including Data61, Knowledge Unlatched, the Queensland government and the Open Data Institute Australian Network, while doing a masters in applied data analytics. Ellen’s written and spoken about AI, open data and data sharing issues in places like the New Scientist and the Guardian, for ABC Radio National’s ‘Big Ideas’ and ‘Future Tense’ Programmes and at SXSW. Unrelated to her job, Ellen built an open data board game, Datopolis together with ODI CEO Jeni Tennison, which is being played in 19 countries. She is currently writing a book called MADE BY HUMANS: The AI Condition to be published in August 2018.
President & CEO, Buurtzorg Asia & Buurtzorg China
Stephan Dyckerhoff completed his PhD and an MBA in Business Administration at Switzerland’s University of St. Gallen. Stephan spent four years at the St. Gallen Foundation for International Studies, then made his move into the consumer goods industry.

Stephan has worked in finance, sales and general management roles within the European consumer goods industry. Having spent thirteen years with the Capgemini Group culminating in his appointment as the Executive Vice President of Capgemini China Stephan has built a wealth of experience in the areas of consulting, technology services and digital transformation.

From 2008 to 2013, Stephan was the North Asian President of Swedish consumer goods and elderly care company SCA. During this time, he helped launch China’s first nursing home company, Jiahu, as part of a pilot project for SCA. Stephan also oversaw the launch of TENA (the number one global adult diaper brand) in various North Asian countries.

Stephan’s strong background in management and entrepreneurship led him to found Buurtzorg Asia in 2014. Buurtzorg Asia is a social enterprise run as a joint venture between Stephan, Buurtzorg International in Holland, and other social entrepreneurs. The Buurtzorg model is highly successful in Europe, and Buurtzorg is the leading community-based home nursing provider in the continent. The model uses IT solutions to minimise admin time and allow professionals to focus fully on delivering person-centred care.

Stephan’s mission is to bring the Buurtzorg model to as many elderly people as possible in the Asia-Pacific region, allowing them to live with dignity and receive good care at home. Stephan’s company has recently started operations in Japan, China and India. Buurtzorg Asia also has active projects in South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong. In 2017, the company cared for more than 2,000 elderly citizens in the region.

Exposure to working with world leaders in her early 20’s revealed to Alison Cameron that no one (including the wisest leaders and experts) had the answers to humanity’s most challenging and complex problems. Her life has since been spent exploring how we might, as a humanity and as leaders rise to meet these challenges. As a co-founder of Adaptive Cultures Alison works with complex global organisations in enabling cultural evolution and adaptive leadership. She works with organisations to help them to positively disrupt and make a greater contribution to their customers and their world.  The Adaptive Cultures practitioner programs have enabled a community of leaders and culture practitioners around the world to create sustainable systemic transformation. Alison has a cut-through style that calls us to the task of living our best selves in an authentic, engaging and meaningful way, guiding senior executives and global influencers to living more of their wisdom and compassion.
Juliet Fallace has over 20 years combined Program and Project Manager private and public sector experience. Currently employed as an EL2 at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Juliet is responsible for leading continuous improvement business process and transformational programs. During Juliet’s ABS career she has led service delivery programs, change management programs, strategic and operational technical and business transformation projects. Recently certified as a qualified Professional Scrum Master, Juliet has been leading the ABS for the past 3 years towards transforming how business delivers its products and services through the adoption of Agile practices.
Agile Transformation Capability Lead, Australian Bureau of Statistics
Juliet Fallace has over 20 years combined Program and Project Manager private and public sector experience. Currently employed as an EL2 at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Juliet is responsible for leading continuous improvement business process and transformational programs. During Juliet’s ABS career she has led service delivery programs, change management programs, strategic and operational technical and business transformation projects.

Recently certified as a qualified Professional Scrum Master, Juliet has been leading the ABS for the past 3 years towards transforming how business delivers its products and services through the adoption of Agile practices.

Ellen Broad returned to Australia from the UK in late 2016, where she was Head of Policy for the Open Data Institute (ODI), an international non-profit founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Sir Nigel Shadbolt. While in the UK, Ellen became an expert adviser to senior UK government minister Elisabeth Truss on data. She has also held roles as Manager of Digital Policy and Projects for the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (Netherlands) and Executive Officer for the Australian Digital Alliance. She is an independent consultant for organisations including Data61, Knowledge Unlatched, the Queensland government and the Open Data Institute Australian Network, while doing a masters in applied data analytics. Ellen’s written and spoken about AI, open data and data sharing issues in places like the New Scientist and the Guardian, for ABC Radio National’s ‘Big Ideas’ and ‘Future Tense’ Programmes and at SXSW. Unrelated to her job, Ellen built an open data board game, Datopolis together with ODI CEO Jeni Tennison, which is being played in 19 countries. She is currently writing a book called MADE BY HUMANS: The AI Condition to be published in August 2018.
Exposure to working with world leaders in her early 20’s revealed to Alison Cameron that no one (including the wisest leaders and experts) had the answers to humanity’s most challenging and complex problems. Her life has since been spent exploring how we might, as a humanity and as leaders rise to meet these challenges. As a co-founder of Adaptive Cultures Alison works with complex global organisations in enabling cultural evolution and adaptive leadership. She works with organisations to help them to positively disrupt and make a greater contribution to their customers and their world.  The Adaptive Cultures practitioner programs have enabled a community of leaders and culture practitioners around the world to create sustainable systemic transformation. Alison has a cut-through style that calls us to the task of living our best selves in an authentic, engaging and meaningful way, guiding senior executives and global influencers to living more of their wisdom and compassion.
Juliet Fallace has over 20 years combined Program and Project Manager private and public sector experience. Currently employed as an EL2 at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Juliet is responsible for leading continuous improvement business process and transformational programs. During Juliet’s ABS career she has led service delivery programs, change management programs, strategic and operational technical and business transformation projects. Recently certified as a qualified Professional Scrum Master, Juliet has been leading the ABS for the past 3 years towards transforming how business delivers its products and services through the adoption of Agile practices.
Principal Manager of Research, Transport for NSW
Sherri Fields is the Principal Manager of Research at Transport for NSW (TfNSW). Her work is focussed on undertaking practical and innovative research projects to address Transport for NSW challenges and includes working with universities to develop new and collaborative research partnerships. Sherri has over 25 years’ experience in research and analysis, business strategy and development, stakeholder engagement, and marketing and communications. She holds an Honours Degree in Social Science from the University of NSW, majoring in Economics and Urban Geography.
Ellen Broad returned to Australia from the UK in late 2016, where she was Head of Policy for the Open Data Institute (ODI), an international non-profit founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Sir Nigel Shadbolt. While in the UK, Ellen became an expert adviser to senior UK government minister Elisabeth Truss on data. She has also held roles as Manager of Digital Policy and Projects for the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (Netherlands) and Executive Officer for the Australian Digital Alliance. She is an independent consultant for organisations including Data61, Knowledge Unlatched, the Queensland government and the Open Data Institute Australian Network, while doing a masters in applied data analytics. Ellen’s written and spoken about AI, open data and data sharing issues in places like the New Scientist and the Guardian, for ABC Radio National’s ‘Big Ideas’ and ‘Future Tense’ Programmes and at SXSW. Unrelated to her job, Ellen built an open data board game, Datopolis together with ODI CEO Jeni Tennison, which is being played in 19 countries. She is currently writing a book called MADE BY HUMANS: The AI Condition to be published in August 2018.
Product Owner, CHOICE
Working in digital for over 15 years across telecommunications, UX consultancy and media, Clarissa Meffan was dragged kicking and screaming into the world of Agile 5 years ago. After some initial resistance, she’s now a champion of the benefits of Agile – for users, for workers and for businesses. She sidestepped away from corporate employment 3 years ago to work in the non profit space, seeding Agile, Product and Lean thinking within CHOICE Australia. She formed a team of product managers, UX designers and UI designers and worked closely with the Digital Team to drive a successful Agile transformation. Clarissa’s current focus is to further Agile skills and practices at CHOICE, through constant reflection and growth.
Exposure to working with world leaders in her early 20’s revealed to Alison Cameron that no one (including the wisest leaders and experts) had the answers to humanity’s most challenging and complex problems. Her life has since been spent exploring how we might, as a humanity and as leaders rise to meet these challenges. As a co-founder of Adaptive Cultures Alison works with complex global organisations in enabling cultural evolution and adaptive leadership. She works with organisations to help them to positively disrupt and make a greater contribution to their customers and their world.  The Adaptive Cultures practitioner programs have enabled a community of leaders and culture practitioners around the world to create sustainable systemic transformation. Alison has a cut-through style that calls us to the task of living our best selves in an authentic, engaging and meaningful way, guiding senior executives and global influencers to living more of their wisdom and compassion.
General Manager, SBS On Demand
Abigail Thomas is the General Manager of SBS On Demand where she leads a team of product developers, marketers and designers to create a distinct digital experience for SBS’s online audiences.

Abi has more than twenty years’ experience in digital strategy, innovation and product development, having led digital teams at the Commonwealth Bank, Deloitte and the ABC. Her career highlights include the creation and launch of ABC2, the development of ABC iView, launching the multi-award winning CommBank mobile app, leading the successful bid for Sydney to be recognised as a UNESCO City of Film, and now building and leading the team responsible for continuously evolving SBS’s streaming service.

Outside of work, Abi is passionate about using digital to help build a better society and runs a not-for-profit called OneStep which connects refugees with local Australians to foster greater empathy and understanding through a walk and talk. She was also a Board Director and Vice Chair of the Australian Design Centre for six years.

Juliet Fallace has over 20 years combined Program and Project Manager private and public sector experience. Currently employed as an EL2 at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Juliet is responsible for leading continuous improvement business process and transformational programs. During Juliet’s ABS career she has led service delivery programs, change management programs, strategic and operational technical and business transformation projects. Recently certified as a qualified Professional Scrum Master, Juliet has been leading the ABS for the past 3 years towards transforming how business delivers its products and services through the adoption of Agile practices.
IoT Director, ThoughtWorks
Chen Zhu is the IoT Director at ThoughtWorks, China. Before he entered IoT the domain, he worked as a User Experience Designer, Business Analyst and Project Manager on lots of software delivery projects. As a result, he’s accumulated lots of experience in Agile methodology and currently applies it to both software and hardware development to handle the risk of innovation.
Ellen Broad returned to Australia from the UK in late 2016, where she was Head of Policy for the Open Data Institute (ODI), an international non-profit founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Sir Nigel Shadbolt. While in the UK, Ellen became an expert adviser to senior UK government minister Elisabeth Truss on data. She has also held roles as Manager of Digital Policy and Projects for the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (Netherlands) and Executive Officer for the Australian Digital Alliance. She is an independent consultant for organisations including Data61, Knowledge Unlatched, the Queensland government and the Open Data Institute Australian Network, while doing a masters in applied data analytics. Ellen’s written and spoken about AI, open data and data sharing issues in places like the New Scientist and the Guardian, for ABC Radio National’s ‘Big Ideas’ and ‘Future Tense’ Programmes and at SXSW. Unrelated to her job, Ellen built an open data board game, Datopolis together with ODI CEO Jeni Tennison, which is being played in 19 countries. She is currently writing a book called MADE BY HUMANS: The AI Condition to be published in August 2018.
Exposure to working with world leaders in her early 20’s revealed to Alison Cameron that no one (including the wisest leaders and experts) had the answers to humanity’s most challenging and complex problems. Her life has since been spent exploring how we might, as a humanity and as leaders rise to meet these challenges. As a co-founder of Adaptive Cultures Alison works with complex global organisations in enabling cultural evolution and adaptive leadership. She works with organisations to help them to positively disrupt and make a greater contribution to their customers and their world.  The Adaptive Cultures practitioner programs have enabled a community of leaders and culture practitioners around the world to create sustainable systemic transformation. Alison has a cut-through style that calls us to the task of living our best selves in an authentic, engaging and meaningful way, guiding senior executives and global influencers to living more of their wisdom and compassion.
Juliet Fallace has over 20 years combined Program and Project Manager private and public sector experience. Currently employed as an EL2 at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Juliet is responsible for leading continuous improvement business process and transformational programs. During Juliet’s ABS career she has led service delivery programs, change management programs, strategic and operational technical and business transformation projects. Recently certified as a qualified Professional Scrum Master, Juliet has been leading the ABS for the past 3 years towards transforming how business delivers its products and services through the adoption of Agile practices.
Ellen Broad returned to Australia from the UK in late 2016, where she was Head of Policy for the Open Data Institute (ODI), an international non-profit founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Sir Nigel Shadbolt. While in the UK, Ellen became an expert adviser to senior UK government minister Elisabeth Truss on data. She has also held roles as Manager of Digital Policy and Projects for the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (Netherlands) and Executive Officer for the Australian Digital Alliance. She is an independent consultant for organisations including Data61, Knowledge Unlatched, the Queensland government and the Open Data Institute Australian Network, while doing a masters in applied data analytics. Ellen’s written and spoken about AI, open data and data sharing issues in places like the New Scientist and the Guardian, for ABC Radio National’s ‘Big Ideas’ and ‘Future Tense’ Programmes and at SXSW. Unrelated to her job, Ellen built an open data board game, Datopolis together with ODI CEO Jeni Tennison, which is being played in 19 countries. She is currently writing a book called MADE BY HUMANS: The AI Condition to be published in August 2018.
Exposure to working with world leaders in her early 20’s revealed to Alison Cameron that no one (including the wisest leaders and experts) had the answers to humanity’s most challenging and complex problems. Her life has since been spent exploring how we might, as a humanity and as leaders rise to meet these challenges. As a co-founder of Adaptive Cultures Alison works with complex global organisations in enabling cultural evolution and adaptive leadership. She works with organisations to help them to positively disrupt and make a greater contribution to their customers and their world.  The Adaptive Cultures practitioner programs have enabled a community of leaders and culture practitioners around the world to create sustainable systemic transformation. Alison has a cut-through style that calls us to the task of living our best selves in an authentic, engaging and meaningful way, guiding senior executives and global influencers to living more of their wisdom and compassion.
Juliet Fallace has over 20 years combined Program and Project Manager private and public sector experience. Currently employed as an EL2 at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Juliet is responsible for leading continuous improvement business process and transformational programs. During Juliet’s ABS career she has led service delivery programs, change management programs, strategic and operational technical and business transformation projects. Recently certified as a qualified Professional Scrum Master, Juliet has been leading the ABS for the past 3 years towards transforming how business delivers its products and services through the adoption of Agile practices.
IoT Director, ThoughtWorks
Chen Zhu is the IoT Director at ThoughtWorks, China. Before he entered IoT the domain, he worked as a User Experience Designer, Business Analyst and Project Manager on lots of software delivery projects. As a result, he’s accumulated lots of experience in Agile methodology and currently applies it to both software and hardware development to handle the risk of innovation.
Ellen Broad returned to Australia from the UK in late 2016, where she was Head of Policy for the Open Data Institute (ODI), an international non-profit founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Sir Nigel Shadbolt. While in the UK, Ellen became an expert adviser to senior UK government minister Elisabeth Truss on data. She has also held roles as Manager of Digital Policy and Projects for the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (Netherlands) and Executive Officer for the Australian Digital Alliance. She is an independent consultant for organisations including Data61, Knowledge Unlatched, the Queensland government and the Open Data Institute Australian Network, while doing a masters in applied data analytics. Ellen’s written and spoken about AI, open data and data sharing issues in places like the New Scientist and the Guardian, for ABC Radio National’s ‘Big Ideas’ and ‘Future Tense’ Programmes and at SXSW. Unrelated to her job, Ellen built an open data board game, Datopolis together with ODI CEO Jeni Tennison, which is being played in 19 countries. She is currently writing a book called MADE BY HUMANS: The AI Condition to be published in August 2018.
Exposure to working with world leaders in her early 20’s revealed to Alison Cameron that no one (including the wisest leaders and experts) had the answers to humanity’s most challenging and complex problems. Her life has since been spent exploring how we might, as a humanity and as leaders rise to meet these challenges. As a co-founder of Adaptive Cultures Alison works with complex global organisations in enabling cultural evolution and adaptive leadership. She works with organisations to help them to positively disrupt and make a greater contribution to their customers and their world.  The Adaptive Cultures practitioner programs have enabled a community of leaders and culture practitioners around the world to create sustainable systemic transformation. Alison has a cut-through style that calls us to the task of living our best selves in an authentic, engaging and meaningful way, guiding senior executives and global influencers to living more of their wisdom and compassion.
Juliet Fallace has over 20 years combined Program and Project Manager private and public sector experience. Currently employed as an EL2 at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Juliet is responsible for leading continuous improvement business process and transformational programs. During Juliet’s ABS career she has led service delivery programs, change management programs, strategic and operational technical and business transformation projects. Recently certified as a qualified Professional Scrum Master, Juliet has been leading the ABS for the past 3 years towards transforming how business delivers its products and services through the adoption of Agile practices.
Ellen Broad returned to Australia from the UK in late 2016, where she was Head of Policy for the Open Data Institute (ODI), an international non-profit founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Sir Nigel Shadbolt. While in the UK, Ellen became an expert adviser to senior UK government minister Elisabeth Truss on data. She has also held roles as Manager of Digital Policy and Projects for the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (Netherlands) and Executive Officer for the Australian Digital Alliance. She is an independent consultant for organisations including Data61, Knowledge Unlatched, the Queensland government and the Open Data Institute Australian Network, while doing a masters in applied data analytics. Ellen’s written and spoken about AI, open data and data sharing issues in places like the New Scientist and the Guardian, for ABC Radio National’s ‘Big Ideas’ and ‘Future Tense’ Programmes and at SXSW. Unrelated to her job, Ellen built an open data board game, Datopolis together with ODI CEO Jeni Tennison, which is being played in 19 countries. She is currently writing a book called MADE BY HUMANS: The AI Condition to be published in August 2018.
Exposure to working with world leaders in her early 20’s revealed to Alison Cameron that no one (including the wisest leaders and experts) had the answers to humanity’s most challenging and complex problems. Her life has since been spent exploring how we might, as a humanity and as leaders rise to meet these challenges. As a co-founder of Adaptive Cultures Alison works with complex global organisations in enabling cultural evolution and adaptive leadership. She works with organisations to help them to positively disrupt and make a greater contribution to their customers and their world.  The Adaptive Cultures practitioner programs have enabled a community of leaders and culture practitioners around the world to create sustainable systemic transformation. Alison has a cut-through style that calls us to the task of living our best selves in an authentic, engaging and meaningful way, guiding senior executives and global influencers to living more of their wisdom and compassion.
Juliet Fallace has over 20 years combined Program and Project Manager private and public sector experience. Currently employed as an EL2 at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Juliet is responsible for leading continuous improvement business process and transformational programs. During Juliet’s ABS career she has led service delivery programs, change management programs, strategic and operational technical and business transformation projects. Recently certified as a qualified Professional Scrum Master, Juliet has been leading the ABS for the past 3 years towards transforming how business delivers its products and services through the adoption of Agile practices.

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