Multi-award winning business leader and recognized top-5 global Customer Experience experts.
Founder of four successful businesses including the multi-award winning Customer Experience Design firm, Fifth Quadrant.
With a PhD in Organizational Behavior, Catriona is a well published author, speaker and industry commentator on Customer Experience and Entrepreneurialism.
Former Technology Strategist and Chief-of-Staff of Betfair, the worlds biggest sports trading platform.
Played a key role in growing the company from a UK technology startup into the world's largest internet betting exchange.
Ran the product and platform teams that built and scaled the exchange to annual revenues of over $700 million, matching over 30,000 trades a minute. (more than all of Europe's stock exchanges combined).
Well known as a leading CFO within the technology sector and has been instrumental in the success of innovative technology groups along with being a mentor to several early stage ventures.
Over 20 years commercial finance and accounting experience with a strong focus on the technology sector.
Recognized public speaker on topics of Entrepreneurialism, Start Up Finance, Employee Engagement and Capital Raising.
Internationally recognized and published expert in large-scale, natural language processing and linguistics.
Software Engineeringing career spanning over 15 years and three continents across the banking & financial sectors.
Leveraging expertise to drive the development and deployment of text processing algorithms on a massive scale, providing intelligent commercial insight.
Co-Founder, Owner & Managing Partner, Epic Pharmacy Group, leading nationwide healthcare provider with revenue approaching $350M.
Awarded the 2011 National Business Owner of the Year, Telstra Business Women Awards.
Named in 2013 as one to the Top 100 Australian Women of Influence.
Entrepreneur, Angel Investor, Health/ Technology Blogger & Early Adopter.
A fellow at the Center for Information Technology & Society at UC Santa Barbara, Senior Editor of Linux Journal.
Founder and director of ProjectVRM at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University since 2006.