• Lisa Schofield

    Originally from New Zealand with a career spanning from corporate marketing to freelance journalism, Lisa is a staff writer at The CEO Magazine and is inspired daily by the executives she profiles.

  • Anastasia Prikhodko

    With ties to New Zealand and Russia, Anastasia moved to Australia in 2013 to study and work in journalism. She has also worked as a freelance journalist in Amsterdam and is now a staff writer at The CEO Magazine.

  • Nikki Stefanoff

    Originally from The Lake District in the UK, Nikki is a Melbourne-based journalist who has spent the last 15 years working on stories for various global newspapers, magazines and online publications.

  • Julie Cooper

    Julie Cooper is an American journalist on Sydney’s stunning Northern Beaches. When she’s not writing inspiring executive profiles for top leaders from around the globe at The CEO Magazine, you can find her at the barre, drinking a green juice and telling people she’s Canadian to avoid awkward talks about politics.

  • Steve Crowe

    Steve has worked in magazine publishing for three decades as a writer, editor and photographer, covering a multitude of subjects including business, motoring, photography, environment, entertainment, film and music, luxury lifestyles and property.

  • Beverley Hadgraft

    Beverley Hadgraft is an award-winning journalist and editor who works for newspapers, magazines and books across Europe and Australia.

  • Edward Chow

    Edward joined Stratus in 2019 as Vice President, Asia Pacific Sales & Services. In this role, Edward is responsible for driving revenue and profitability growth across the region as well as cultivating a strategic focus in developing the edge computing and IoT markets.

  • Pamela Hackett

    Pamela Hackett is a dynamic global business leader who isn’t afraid to challenge the status quo. She’s a change maker and always ahead of the curve when it comes to business.

  • Jan Pacas

    Jan Pacas joined Ecolab in 2018 and is responsible for the ANZ region, which includes Fiji and Papua New Guinea, with a workforce of over 1,200 employees. Under his leadership, Ecolab has forged ahead as a local leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services that protect people and vital resources.