Professor Rosenberg is Former Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Global Relations) at La Trobe University. Prior to this, Professor Rosenberg was Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at Deakin University, and Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University. He is also a fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australian Computer Society.
Professor Judyth Sachs was PVC Learning and Teaching at The University of Sydney, Deputy Vice Chancellor and Provost at Macquarie University, and was appointed as Special Advisor in Higher Education at KPMG. She is also a Director of Judyth Sachs Consulting. She describes herself as an educator and activist.
Dr Chris Tisdell is Associate Dean, Faculty of Science at UNSW. Chris has created more than 500 free YouTube university-level maths videos, attracting eight million views. Driven by a mission for free and flexible education and universal access for all students to maths education, in 2014, Chris also received an Australian Award for University Teaching from the OLT for his educational innovation and leadership.
Professor Allan was a Board member of Universities UK and non-Executive Director of several regional and national bodies. Prior to BCU he held Deputy Vice-Chancellor positions at Sheffield Hallam and Teesside Universities respectively. Before these senior university leadership roles, Cliff was Deputy CEO at the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and for many years Head of Teaching and Learning at the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Currently, Cliff pursues a range of advisory and consultancy interests in higher education in the UK and overseas.
Geoff spent nine years teaching in Sydney before moving to Albany, WA where he was drawn to educating exceptionally able youngsters, and since then has been driven by teaching and consulting for Gifted Education at regional, state, national, and international levels. “Knowing that students’ lives benefit as a result of selection to the schools and programs on offer in Western Australia, and jointly leading this work, is an essential part of my advocacy.”