Best selling author and director of the social-change documentary Embrace, Taryn Brumfitt’s global crusade to end body dissatisfaction has seen her recognised by the United Nations Women, Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls and the Geena Davis Institute.
His inspiring story is about loss, survival, recovery and beautiful new beginnings.
The Hon. Malcolm Turnbull established an investment banking firm in 1987 specialising in the media and technology. During that time, he worked with some of the leading media moguls including Rupert Murdoch, Kerry Packer, Conrad Black and Bob Maxwell.
James Clear is a personal development keynote speaker and New York Times bestselling author ofAtomic Habits. His entertaining talks teach audiences about small habits, decision-making, and continuous improvement.
17-year-old Tedx Speaker, Kailash Sarma, is a student of passion. After enduring severe bullying in primary school, an experience that shattered his self-confidence, he discovered the art of public speaking as a way to rebuild himself and his self-esteem. Soon after, public speaking became one of the most important parts of his life, allowing him to find his passion and co-founded his own business. After noticing how many people live without purpose, Kailash began to explore what creates passion in our life.
Katerina Kimmorley, founder of Pollinate Energy & the Innovation Fund is a Cleantech expert, Venture Capitalist, social entrepreneur and advocate for women changing the world.
Nick is the Managing Director of Klein & Co. Computer Forensics, Australia’s leading independent digital forensic and cyber incident response team.
Anthony Burke is a Professor of Architecture and Associate Dean of International and Engagement in the Faculty of Design Architecture and Building at the University of Technology Sydney. A graduate of Columbia University GSAPP (Master of Advanced Architectural Design 2000), Anthony is recognised internationally for his work in architectural design, curation and commentary, specialising in contemporary design theory at the intersection of technology, urbanism and practice.