SBW Advisory Panel
Her roles include leading the Australian operations of General Electric Medical Systems, Bayer Diagnostics and Applied BioSystems. She was also lucky enough to have the opportunity to work with a venture capital-backed technology start-up in USA before it was successfully sold.
Jennifer served as a Board Director of the Monash Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, Australia for seven years.
As a long-time Byron resident, Fiona is delighted to have moved back to the region full-time. She now manages the Sourdough Business Pathways team in their work connecting highly experienced business people with local organisations needing advice and guidance with the development of their businesses.
Author of 5 books on leadership and rapid change, Margot has spent the last decade working mainly with entrepreneurs and those recovering from mental illness. Margot’s current interests include Impact Investment and working on two books, one on social changes and the other a memoir.
Ann was a founding member of Women in Technology in 1997 and its Lifesciences Chapter in 2005 in Queensland.
For over twenty years Aurora has traversed the path of business in senior roles in the Telco, IT and Wellness sectors and also equally the path of empowerment as a Leadership and Emotional Intelligence Coach, Inspirational Speaker and Facilitator.
As these two paths unified, Aurora created She Speaks a leadership coaching organisation inspiring women to step into their highest expressions of themselves and to lead in a new way. She Speaks facilitates 1:1 coaching services, mastery groups, women in leadership roundtables, retreats and events.
management consultancy firm specialising in project feasibilities and regional economic
development. Most recently Meagan has volunteered her time to assist in the creation of a local business group for the Tweed Coast beach villages of Cabarita, Hastings, Pottsville and Wooyung.
Meagan is responsible for supporting SBW’s Regional Liaison deliver and expand upon the SBW program across the Northern Rivers.