Belinda Chapman has over 20 years’ experience in the scientific and industrial fields. She is currently the Director of Quantal Bioscience, a research and development company that offers science management, research consulting and specialist testing services in applied microbiology and microbiomics across a variety of different sectors.
Belinda holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) from the University of Sydney, a Graduate Diploma in Science Management from the University of Technology Sydney, and a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Tasmania. Belinda has previously worked at the CSIRO and KPMG Australia, where she delivered research and development strategies.
Geoffrey Buchanan is a highly successful corporate leader with a proven record of directing large-scale acquisitions and change management programs within the sector. Geoffrey is a qualified Chartered Accountant, with extensive experience in Australia and in emerging markets in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and the Pacific.
From 2013 to 2018, Geoffrey was the Regional CEO for the Solomon Islands & Timor Leste for ANZ. He led a series of highly successful and innovative endeavours that had many successes, including the launch of the ANZ goMoney App in the region, the first bank to deliver the service in the Pacific.
Monika Gisler is a professional coach, consultant and co-founder of ThinkChangeGrow, a consultancy firm with a strong focus on bringing positive change to workplaces around the world.
Monika has had an impressive career, previously working at Google Australia (?) as Head of Peer-to-Peer Learning, and founding a variety of different organisations focusing on important and often overlooked causes. Monika holds a Bachelor of Business Studies and History, as well as a Masters of Media and Communications Studies, German Linguistics and Literature from the Universität Basel in Germany. She also holds a Master of Science in Coaching Psychology from the University of Sydney.
Stewart Hay is the Managing Director of Intopia, a social enterprise focused on creating an inclusive digital world. He is a self-described technology and business geek, and is a passionate advocate for accessibility and digital design.
Stewart holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Science (GIS) from Curtin University, as well as a Masters of Business Administration from the University of New South Wales. He has worked for a variety of different organisations in the past, including community organisations, state government and start-ups.