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Brian Kelleher
Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy
Brian Kelleher is an experienced public servant with a strong background in the issues surrounding the supply and use of telecommunications services.

Damien Giurco
Research Director, Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS
Associate Professor Damien Giurco has active research interests in resource flows and uses in cities of the future, with his research spaning developing preferred futures, modelling and policy.

Edwina Trenchard-Smith
Deloitte, Human Capital Consulting
Edwina is a Senior Consultant in the Deloitte Human Capital Consulting practice in Sydney and has a passion for Diversity and Inclusion (D&I). Deloitte is the largest human capital consulting firm in the world and in 2012 was awarded “Inclusive Workplace of the Year” by AHRI Diversity Awards.

Malcolm Alder
Partner for Digital Economy, KPMG
Malcolm Alder has more than 25 years experience in strategy covering the media, technology and telecoms sectors. In 2012, he was named as one of the 50 Most Influential People in Technology by Australian IT.

Peter Walton
Chief Executive Officer, Infoxchange Australia
Peter Walton has over twenty years international experience working in multi-sector community development in both not-for-profit organisations and the private sector. During his career he has undertaken assignments in over 30 countries, including being based for seven years in Hanoi, Vietnam where he managed social and economic development operations across the Mekong region for ChildFund Australia.

Professor Tim Bentley
Director of the NZ Work Research Institute
Tim joined AUT University in June 2012, moving from Massey University where he was Director of the Healthy Work Group, Chair of the College of Business Research Strategy Group and PBRF Champion. In 2011, Tim received the Massey University Research Award - Business.

Yvette Blount
Research Coordinator for the Australian Anywhere Working Research Network; Lecturer at Macquarie University; Member of the Centre for Workforce Futures, Macquarie University
Yvette Blount is a lecturer at Macquarie University and is also the Research Coordinator for the Australian Anywhere Working Research Network. Yvette's areas of expertise include how telework provides organisations with sustainable competitive advantage by enhancing service quality and the implications for employee management when implementing new technologies in the service sector.