Keynotes speakers Dr Michele Bruniges and Catherine McGowan will be joined by ACT Fellow Tony Peacock, NSW Fellow Tracey Cain, and QLD Fellow Barry Appleton to discuss the opportunities and challenges of gaining traction and sharing your findings after the Fellowship experience. Churchill Fellow Karen Middleton (Chief Political Correspondent for The Saturday Paper) will facilitate the panel discussion and Q&A.
Making a Difference
Our day concludes with a robust discussion on the biggest issues Fellows encounter on their journey and the best ways to fulfill the potential of the Fellowship into the future. Panellists TBA.
There will be 10-12 Focus Conversations comprising of three to four Fellows outlining ways their Fellowship opened up their career, workplace, community or chosen field (7 minutes, 7 slides, TEDx style). Each convversation will be followed by a facilitated Q&A to explore opportunities and challenges the Fellowship provides, and the issues facing the various sectors into the future.