Andrew’s career in journalism has carried him halfway around the world and back again, writing for newspapers, magazines and websites in Australia, New Zealand, the USA and the UK. He enjoys it so much he’d do it for free, but would rather you don’t tell his editors that part.
Kristyn Haywood is the Founding Director of People for Success. Kristyn is passionate about helping organisations unlock the natural talents of their entire organisaton by re-shaping their cultures and developing 21st-century leadership capability. Check-out People for Success’ Authentic Leadership Program, Team alignment workshops, and cultural transformation journeys.
Kristyn also offers speaking engagements a variety of leadership topics.
“Sam is a British journalist. He has an undergraduate degree in physical geography with science communication, and a postgraduate diploma in magazine journalism. Sam regularly writes news and features about the technology industry, as well as in-depth investigations. Sam’s articles have been published by The Financial Times, Forbes, Wired, and others.”
Marie Barbieri is an award-winning travel writer and photographer. She has been exploring the world for more than 25 years, and left her native England ten years ago for the otherworldly landscapes of Australia. She adores nature, wildlife, conservation, dancing, yoga – and chocolate!
With roots in Perth where she grew up and studied journalism, Kathy has a decade of experience in the industry. She left the west coast to live and work in Europe and the UK, returning to Australia to move to Sydney as a freelancer and is now a Managing Editor at The CEO Magazine.
Ashton is a Canadian journalist based in Sydney. She holds an MA International Journalism and worked as a freelance journalist in Paris before joining The CEO Magazine. She writes news and feature stories covering the diverse business environments across the globe for the magazine’s print and online editions.