Dr Marion Tower is a registered nurse and an academic. She is currently the Head of nursing at the University of Queensland’s School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work. Marion is also a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Fellow of the Institute of Teaching and Learning Innovation at UQ.
Associate Professor Helen Benham is an experienced Rheumatologist who divides her time between clinical practice at Princess Alexandra Hospital and translational research into rheumatic diseases. Helen is a senior lecturer with the University of Queensland and a previous NHMRC Translating Research into Practice fellow with a strong research interest in implementation science.
Helen Darch is a prominent consultant with wide-ranging experience across a variety of industry sectors. She established and is the Managing Director of the Nedhurst Consulting Group in Brisbane. Prior to this she was a partner at Niche Consultants; Group Manager, Corporate Communication at Rowland Communication Group; and a consultant at SMS Management and Technology.
Adjunct Professor Iyla Davies was admitted as a lawyer in 1983 and worked in family law and personal injuries before becoming a law academic for more than 20 years, specialising in mediation and dispute resolution.
Iyla is currently the Chair of the All Hallows’ School Board and an Adjunct Professor in the School of Law, University of Queensland.
Brett is one of the Asia Pacific region’s most influential contributors to the geospatial technology industry. His is a company director with a spatial industry career spanning more than three decades, across four continents.
He is currently the Group Managing Director for Esri Australia and Esri South Asia and is also an active contributor to various community and industry groups.
Professor Eleanor Milligan is a leader in healthcare ethics, with extensive experience on committees and boards in many facets of health.
Professor Milligan has more than 25 years’ experience across a range of sectors including healthcare ethics, education and professional regulation, and a strong academic background with studies in Philosophy, Education and Science.