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Welcome

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to advise that our 2022 AHEIA Conference will be held virtually from 18 – 20 May. This will be an opportunity to “gather” and converse with a range of high-calibre presenters to discuss matters pertinent to  universities now and into the future.  The 3-day conference program will involve 8 x 45/60 min sessions “before and after lunch” on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

We hope you will be able to join us for this important on-line event and make this conference one to remember!

Henry Wong
Conference Manager
Australian Higher Education Industrial Association

Speakers

Commissioner Sarah McKinnon

Commissioner Sarah McKinnon

Commissioner Sarah McKinnonCommissioner McKinnon is Deputy National Practice Lead for the Fair Work Commission’s bullying and sexual harassment jurisdiction. She was appointed to the Commission from 1 May 2017. Prior to the appointment she was a member of the National...

Emeritus Professor Stephen Parker AO

Emeritus Professor Stephen Parker AO

Emeritus Professor Stephen Parker AOStephen Parker’s career has mostly been in universities, his final two appointments being Vice-Chancellor of the University of Canberra and Senior Vice-Chancellor of Monash University.  He was then lead Education partner for KPMG...

Professor Patricia Davidson

Professor Patricia Davidson

Professor Patricia DavidsonProfessor Patricia M. Davidson joined the University of Wollongong as Vice-Chancellor in May 2021. Prior to her current role, Professor Davidson was dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in Baltimore in the United States. In 2021 she...

Professor Nick Klomp

Professor Nick Klomp

Professor Nick KlompNick Klomp is President and Vice-Chancellor of CQUniversity. Nick has led significant growth in CQUniversity business and research innovation, and stewarded the university through the pandemic to position it for greater business efficiency,...

Professor Andrew Norton

Professor Andrew Norton

Professor Andrew NortonAndrew Norton is Professor in the Practice of Higher Education Policy at the Centre for Social Research and Methods at the Australian National University. He was previously the Higher Education Program Director at the Grattan Institute. Mr...

Professor Anne Bardoel

Professor Anne Bardoel

Professor Anne BardoelAnne Bardoel is a Professor of Management, Swinburne University of Technology. She is the Course Director of the Master of Human Resource Management program at Swinburne. Anne has a national and international reputation as a researcher in the...

Barbara Miller

Barbara Miller

Barbara MillerBarbara Miller, is Acting Vice-President Global Development, CQ University. Barbara has led the University’s People and Culture Team through a period of instability, restructure and change, with a constant focus on supporting all of the employees of...

Libby Lyons

Libby Lyons

Libby LyonsLibby Lyons is one of Australia’s most powerful advocates, with decades of leadership experience in corporate affairs and issues-based advocacy. In addition to her role as Chair of Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) Limited, Libby is the inaugural...

Stuart Pill

Stuart Pill

Stuart PillStuart Pill is an expert in workplace relations and safety law and has particular experience in employment litigation, enterprise bargaining strategy, workplace change projects and WHS.  For 25 years, Stuart has provided strategic and day-to-day advice to...

Leanne Drew-McKain

Leanne Drew-McKain

Leanne Drew-McKainLeanne Drew-McKain is CEO of Coach Pty Ltd, AHEIA’s partner in delivering the AHEIA Culture of Excellence Program. As the chief developer of the Culture of Excellence, and a key influencer of culture-change across sectors including health and...