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Misha Ketchell

Misha Ketchell

Editor & Executive Director

Misha has been a journalist for more than 20 years. In previous roles he was a reporter at The Age, founding editor of The Big Issue Australia and editor of Crikey, The Reader and The Melbourne Weekly. He also spent several years at the ABC where he was a TV producer on Media Watch and The 7:30 Report and an editor on The Drum.

Lisa Watts

Lisa Watts

CEO & Executive Director

Lisa is Chief Executive Officer of The Conversation Media Group and is responsible for funding and operations, and the IT and Product teams who serve the international group. Previously Lisa was CEO of ArtsHub, CEO of a search marketing firm, and GM online employment for Fairfax Digital. Lisa has been a Director of Vertical Networks Group and Chair of Midsumma Festival. Lisa is a Deloitte Outstanding 50 LGBTI Leader.

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Fron Jackson-Webb

Fron Jackson-Webb

Deputy Editor/Senior Health + Medicine Editor

Fron is The Conversation's Deputy Editor and leads the site's health coverage. She joined The Conversation in March 2011 from the Australian Medical Association, where she managed the Victorian media office. She previously worked for BBC Magazines in London and Melbourne consultancy Twenty20 Communications.

Alexandra Hansen

Alexandra Hansen

Chief of Staff

Alexandra interned at the Jakarta Post and worked at foreign policy think tank, the Australia India Institute prior to joining The Conversation in 2014 as Education Editor. She became Health and Medicine Editor in 2016 and Chief of Staff in 2018.

Sunanda Creagh

Sunanda Creagh

Head of Digital Storytelling

Sunanda Creagh is an award-winning journalist and The Conversation's Digital Storytelling Editor. Previously, Sunanda has been The Conversation's FactCheck Editor, News Editor and Arts + Culture deputy editor. She began her career at The Sydney Morning Herald and worked at the Reuters bureau in Jakarta as a political correspondent before joining The Conversation in 2011.

Liz Minchin

Liz Minchin

Executive Editor

Liz is a Walkley award-winning journalist and author, with two decades of experience in newspapers, radio and online. Liz is now Executive Editor, a newly-created role that includes leading The Conversation’s national training program, which teaches pitching, writing and public engagement skills to academics and researchers; working with the senior editing team; and public presentations and outreach for member organisations. She joined The Conversation in 2012 as its first Queensland Editor.

Suzy Freeman-Greene

Suzy Freeman-Greene

Section Editor: Arts + Culture

Suzy is a former features editor, news editor and arts editor at The Age, where she wrote a regular oped column for many years. She has taught journalism at the University of Melbourne and freelanced in New York. Her essays, criticism, feature articles and fiction have been published widely in places such as Meanjin, Good Weekend, Island and Australian Book Review.

Jane Howard

Jane Howard

Deputy Section Editor: Arts + Culture

Jane is a Walkley award-winning journalist. Prior to joining The Conversation she was a freelance journalist and critic for ten years, writing for publications including the Guardian, Meanjin, Crikey, the ABC, and Kill Your Darlings, where she is a contributing editor focusing on podcast criticism.

Lucy Beaumont

Lucy Beaumont

Deputy Section Editor: Arts + Culture

With a background in the arts and textbook publishing, Lucy spent 14 years working at The Age newspaper as a reporter, reviewer, columnist and editor. She was deputy editor of Green Guide and joint editor of The Melbourne Magazine. Lucy extended her communication understanding and academic skills with a Masters of Speech Pathology and subsequent clinical work before joining The Conversation.

Peter Martin

Peter Martin

Section Editor, Business and Economy

Peter Martin is Business and Economy Editor of The Conversation and a visiting fellow at the Crawford School of Public Policy at the ANU. A former Commonwealth Treasury official, he has worked as economics correspondent for the ABC, as economics editor of The Age, and as host of The Economists on ABC RN. In 2019 He was made a member of the Order of Australia (AM). In 2016 he was made a Distinguished Alumni of Flinders University.

Tim Wallace

Tim Wallace

Deputy Editor: Business + Economy

Tim has worked at The Canberra Times, the Australian Financial Review, The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, and on magazines including AFR BOSS, The Diplomat and Cosmos. Along the way he's worked on news, opinion and features in business, politics, foreign affairs, the environment, religion and science. He has held most positions in the editorial food chain, from freelance contributor to staff writer, subeditor, chief subeditor, associate editor, production editor, production manager and ed...

John Watson

John Watson

Section Editor: Cities + Policy

John joined The Conversation in 2013 as politics & society editor. After two years, he launched the Cities & Policy section. John has worked in news media since deciding in the mid-1980s that a life tracking elephants (for an honours degree in ecology) was less interesting than being a journalist in apartheid-era South Africa. His residence was revoked and he returned to Australia. He joined The Conversation after two decades with The Age as a chief leader writer, columnist and editor, follow...

Michael Hopkin

Michael Hopkin

Science + Technology Editor

Based in Perth, Michael joined The Conversation after several years as a journalist with Fairfax, The West Australian, and others. Before moving to Australia from his native UK, he was a senior news and features writer for Nature.

Nicole Hasham

Nicole Hasham

Section Editor: Energy + Environment

Nicole is a Walkley Award-winning journalist based in the Canberra press gallery. Before joining The Conversation she was environment and energy correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. She has also covered NSW politics, urban affairs and general news for the mastheads.

Madeleine De Gabriele

Madeleine De Gabriele

Deputy Editor: Energy + Environment

In 2015 Madeleine became The Conversation's Arts + Culture deputy section editor, before moving to the Environment + Energy section in 2017. In 2018 she was seconded to the FactCheck desk to cover the South Australian and Victorian state elections.

Amanda Dunn

Amanda Dunn

Section Editor: Politics + Society

Prior to joining The Conversation, Amanda was a reporter and editor with The Age for 16 years, covering health, education, social policy, pop culture and the arts. She was also news and features editor for The Sunday Age, which included overseeing the paper's coverage of the 2007 federal election.

Justin Bergman

Justin Bergman

Deputy Editor: Politics + Society

Prior to joining The Conversation, Justin spent seven years covering news, business and culture in China as the Shanghai correspondent for Monocle magazine. He's also a former news editor on the International and National desks at The Associated Press in New York and European digital news editor at Time Magazine in London and has taught magazine writing with Stanford University.

Anthea Batsakis

Anthea Batsakis

Deputy Editor: Politics + Society

Anthea is a journalist and editor with articles published in Cosmos, The New Daily, Crikey, Australian Geographic and more. Before joining The Conversation, she was the editor of Focus magazine at the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, and worked as an SEO producer for the Herald Sun.

Sasha Petrova

Sasha Petrova

Section Editor: Education

Sasha is a writer and journalist whose work has appeared in publications including Crikey, the Guardian, the Age, Sydney Morning Herald, the ABC and New Matilda. Before starting at The Conversation in 2015, she worked as a reporter at the Centralian Advocate in Alice Springs. At The Conversation, she has worked as an editor in Health and Medicine, Cities, Politics and Society, and Education.

Anna Evangeli

Anna Evangeli

Deputy Editor: Health+Medicine

Anna is an experienced health and science journalist, educator and workshop presenter. She returns to The Conversation after a stint on the health desk in 2016/17. She is a former editor of online science news at the ABC, has degrees in biochemistry and journalism, and has taught journalism and media ethics and law at two universities. She is also an award-winning blogger and travel writer.

Phoebe Roth

Phoebe Roth

Assistant Editor, Health+Medicine

Phoebe joined The Conversation in 2018 as an intern on the Health + Medicine desk. Prior to that, she worked for four years as a journalist at The Australian Jewish News. She has a Bachelor of Journalism from Monash University and has recently completed her Masters of Public Health at La Trobe University.

Michael Lund

Michael Lund

Commissioning Editor

Michael has been a journalist for many years and worked for the BBC, ABC and more recently as a feature writer for The Courier-Mail, based in Brisbane. He has won several awards and commendations for his work including a highly commended in the Walkley Awards. Michael has also worked as a tutor and lecturer in journalism with Queensland University of Technology.

Veronika Meduna

Veronika Meduna

New Zealand Editor

Veronika is an award-winning journalist and author, with two decades of experience in radio, print and digital. Before joining The Conversation, she produced and hosted a weekly science programme for New Zealand’s public broadcaster RNZ, for which she won several journalism awards, including the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union’s prize for best documentary. She has also contributed to other broadcasters and publications in New Zealand and internationally, including the NZ Listener, NZ Geograph...

Debbie Dickinson

Debbie Dickinson

Head of communication and engagement

Debbie is responsible for communciation, audience development, stakeholder engagement and marketing at The Conversation. She previously held roles running digital campaigns for the Australian Government on the carbon price, and for the UK Government's UN climate negotiations in Copenhagen. She was a policy advisor at London's Sustainable Development Commission, and at the Amsterdam-based non-profit, the Global Reporting Initiative. She joined The Conversation in 2011, shortly after it launched.

Molly Glassey

Molly Glassey

Digital Editor

Molly Glassey graduated from the Queensland University of Technology with a degree in Journalism, majoring in Law. Since graduating, she has worked as a features writer for Concrete Playground and was the court and crime reporter for The Warwick Daily News. She spent 2015 in Germany freelancing and studying German and Arabic. Molly returns to The Conversation after interning and working on the Arts + Culture desk in 2014.

Emil Jeyaratnam

Emil Jeyaratnam

Data + Interactives Editor

Emil has a background in documentary post-production and has credits on documentaries for the ABC, SBS, and BBC, amongst others. He has completed a Graduate Diploma of Journalism at La Trobe University, where he co-edited its online magazine, and after a brief stint at Business Spectator, he joined The Conversation as the Multimedia Editor.

Wes Mountain

Wes Mountain

Multimedia Editor

Wes joined The Conversation in late 2015. In the past he has written for Crikey, Junkee and the Centre for Advancing Journalism’s The Citizen. He is also a cartoonist and has had cartoons featured in the Museum of Australian Democracy’s annual best of Australian political cartoons exhibition, Behind the Lines.

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Harrison Young

Harrison Young

Chairman

Harrison Young was born in Pittsburgh, studied at Harvard University and worked on the Washington Post where Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein broke the Watergate scandal. Young was conscripted into the US army, served in Vietnam and then began a career in banking. He was a non-executive director of the Commonwealth Bank until late 2017, is an executive-in-residence at the University of Melbourne's Department of Finance and has written fiction books.

Joseph Skrzynski AO

Joseph Skrzynski AO

Director

Mr Skrzynski is the co-founder of the pioneering CHAMP Funds Management Group which has invested over $5 Billion in private companies in Australia and South-East Asia. His current directorships include the global board of Human Rights Watch, The Observership Program, Philanthropy Australia, and as Chair of the Sky Foundation. Previously he has chaired the Sydney Opera House Trust, SBS TV and Radio, the National Planning Authority, and the Australian Film Television and Radio School.

Lisa Watts

Lisa Watts

CEO & Executive Director

Lisa is Chief Executive Officer of The Conversation Media Group and is responsible for funding and operations, and the IT and Product teams who serve the international group. Previously Lisa was CEO of ArtsHub, CEO of a search marketing firm, and GM online employment for Fairfax Digital. Lisa has been a Director of Vertical Networks Group and Chair of Midsumma Festival. Lisa is a Deloitte Outstanding 50 LGBTI Leader.

Richard Leder OAM

Richard Leder OAM

Director

Partner at Corrs Chambers Westgarth specialising in Media Law and Litigation. Corrs Melbourne office Pro Bono Partner. Deputy Chairman of the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Mt Buller & Mt Stirling Alpine Resort Management Board. Director of Australian Friends of Asha for Slums Limited. Committee member of the Melbourne Press Club and Law Council Media and Communications Committee. Member Melbourne University Centre for Media and Communications Law Advisory Board.

Marianne Broadbent

Marianne Broadbent

Director

Dr Marianne Broadbent is a Managing Partner at the innovative leadership advisory and executive search firm, NGS Global. Her career has combined executive roles in the private and education sectors. She was global Senior Vice President (New Product Development) for the technology advisory firm Gartner and her academic appointments include Associate Dean and Professor at Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne. She is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and is...

Cameron Gough

Cameron Gough

Director

Cameron is a digital leader with over 25 years experience in a range of sectors through consulting and executive roles at Envato, Australia Post, ANZ Bank, Accenture and PwC. Cameron has successfully built and run large digital technology teams and in recent years has specialised in digital marketplaces as the founder of Digital iD, an award winning identity platform, and in his current role as a member of the executive team at Envato - a leading global marketplace for digital creatives.

Julianne Schultz AM, FAHA

Julianne Schultz AM, FAHA

Founding Editor of Griffith Review, Professor of Media and Culture

Julianne Schultz is the publisher and founding editor of Griffith REVIEW and Professor of Media and Culture in the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research at Griffith University. She is a non-executive director of The Conversation and chairs its Editorial Advisory Board. She is an acclaimed author of several books, including Reviving the Fourth Estate (Cambridge) and Steel City Blues (Penguin), and the librettos to the award-winning operas Black River and Going Into Shadows.

Professor Linda Kristjanson AO, FAICD, FATSE, PhD

Professor Linda Kristjanson AO, FAICD, FATSE, PhD

Vice-Chancellor

Professor Kristjanson AO is Vice-Chancellor and President of Swinburne University of Technology. She is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology & Engineering (ATSE). Professor Kristjanson is Chair of the Board of the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre and serves as a non-Executive Director of the Global Citizen Australia. In 2002 Professor Kristjanson was named the Australian Telstra Business Woman of the Year ...

Kate Torney

Kate Torney

Director

Kate Torney was announced as the new Chief Executive Officer of the State Library of Victoria in July 2015. Kate joined the Library during an exciting period of transformation, overseeing its evolution into an innovative contemporary centre for knowledge, learning and culture. From April 2009 Kate was Director of News at the ABC, leading 1400 journalists and production staff around Australia and in 11 international bureaus.

Thomas Fiedler

Thomas Fiedler

Dean and Professor of Journalism; Member, Board of Trustees, Director TCMG

Thomas E. (Tom) Fiedler is a professor of the practice of journalism and the former Dean of the Boston University College of Communication, which he joined in 2008 following a distinguished career as an investigative reporter, a political columnist, the editorial page editor, and finally, the executive editor of The Miami Herald. He has earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering from U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and a master’s degree in journalism from Boston University.

Misha Ketchell

Misha Ketchell

Editor & Executive Director

Misha has been a journalist for more than 20 years. In previous roles he was a reporter at The Age, founding editor of The Big Issue Australia and editor of Crikey, The Reader and The Melbourne Weekly. He also spent several years at the ABC where he was a TV producer on Media Watch and The 7:30 Report and an editor on The Drum.

Rob Moore

Rob Moore

Director

Rob Moore is the Executive Director of the Gauteng City-Region Observator. Prior to this, he joined the University of the Witwatersrandin (Wits) in 2006 as Director of Strategic Planning, before being appointed as Deputy Vice Chancellor (2007-2014). Before joining Wits, he spent twelve years (1992–2004) at the University of Cape Town researching and teaching in higher education studies.

Miguel Castro

Miguel Castro

Director

Founder of The Conversation Spain, is responsible for 'Global Media Partnerships', for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He was special project manager with media for the Open Society Foundations. Training and education journalist, he has worked as a radio reporter, written press and ENG. He has also worked as a professional photographer and has been a visiting professor at the School of Human Sciences and Technology at IE University.

Tony Walker

Tony Walker

Adjunct Professor, School of Communications

Tony Walker is a vice chancellor's fellow at La Trobe University. He is a columnist for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald. He is a dual Walkley Award winner for commentary, and recipient of the Paul Lyneham Award for Excellence in Press Gallery Journalism. He is a former foreign correspondent for Fairfax and the Financial Times in China, the Middle East and North America. Publications include Arafat:The Biography and The Peter Thomson Five.

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Julianne Schultz AM, FAHA

Julianne Schultz AM, FAHA

Founding Editor of Griffith Review, Professor of Media and Culture

Julianne Schultz is the publisher and founding editor of Griffith REVIEW and Professor of Media and Culture in the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research at Griffith University. She is a non-executive director of The Conversation and chairs its Editorial Advisory Board. She is an acclaimed author of several books, including Reviving the Fourth Estate (Cambridge) and Steel City Blues (Penguin), and the librettos to the award-winning operas Black River and Going Into Shadows.

Cathy Foley

Cathy Foley

Chief Scientist

Dr. Cathy Foley is Chief Scientist CSIRO, formerly the Deputy Director and Science Director of the CSIRO Manufacturing Flagship. She has worked in Superconducting Devices and Applications Project which is developing superconducting systems for mineral exploration and the detection of metal for quality assurance in manufacturing, terahertz imaging, submarine and UXO detection. Cathy has a world-class reputation in her field, serving as a Fellow of the Institute of Physics in the UK, ...

Merlin Crossley

Merlin Crossley

Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic and Professor of Molecular Biology

I have been doing molecular biology since 1985 and been in academic administration since 2004. I continue to run a large laboratory and to teach at UNSW Sydney. We work on DNA-binding proteins that facilitate epigenetic changes to turn genes on and off. We are interested in developing ways to artificially regulate the expression of particular genes. We recently used CRISPR and other gene editing approaches to introduce beneficial mutations to boost the output of important genes. ...

Duncan Ivison

Duncan Ivison

Professor of Political Philosophy, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research)

I am currently Deputy VC (Research) and also teach at the University of Sydney. I did my BA at McGill University in Montreal, where I grew up, and my MSc and PhD at the London School of Economics and Political Science. I have held academic appointments previously at the ANU, York University (UK), and the University of Toronto. Between 2010-2105, I was Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney. In 2009, I became a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities.

Glenn Wightwick

Glenn Wightwick

DVC Innovation & Enterprise

I am Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Innovation and Enterprise at UTS. I have been mucking around with computers since I was ten, and spent a wonderful 27 years working for IBM involved in everything from research through to the systems for the Olympics in Sydney and Nagano!

Julie Willis

Julie Willis

Professor of Architecture and Dean of the Faculty of Architecture, Building & Planning

Professor Julie Willis is Pro Vice Chancellor (Research Capability) at the University of Melbourne. She is a Professor of Architecture in the Faculty of Architecture, Building & Planning. She has extensive editorial and editorial board experience, including as editor of the Encyclopedia of Australian Architecture (2012).

Lisa French

Lisa French

Professor & Dean, School of Media and Communication

Lisa French is the Dean of RMIT's School of Media and Communication and Professor in Cinema Studies, Media and Communication. She is the co-author of the books 'Shining a Light: 50 Years of the Australian Film Institute' (2009 & 2014) and 'Womenvision: Women and the Moving Image in Australia' (2003). Lisa’s PhD and MA research were both centrally interested in gender and Australian film, and she has published widely in these fields in local and international journals. ...

Catherine Burnheim

Catherine Burnheim

Director of the Education Portfolio

Catherine Burnheim is Director of the Education Portfolio at Monash University. She leads a team that supports education innovation, inclusion and quality for Monash’s 70,000 students globally. Catherine has held roles in strategy, policy and research in student equity, pathways, evaluation and planning at Monash University, RMIT University and La Trobe University. Her doctoral research examined research-intensive universities’ external engagement with government, industry and community. ...

Shamit Saggar

Shamit Saggar

Director of The University of Western Australia's Public Policy institute

Professor Shamit Saggar is the Director of the University Western Australia Public Policy Institute and Professor of Public Policy. The UWA Public Policy Institute was launched in 2018 as a new way for the University to share its world-class research and expertise with decision makers and community leaders to help shape the future of our society. Professor Saggar has held academic appointments at the universities of Liverpool, Queen Mary London, Sussex, UCLA, Yale and Toronto. ...

Giselle Byrnes

Giselle Byrnes

Provost

Professor Giselle Byrnes is Provost at Massey University, New Zealand, where she is responsible for leading the research and enterprise and the learning and teaching activities of the University. Reporting directly to the Vice-Chancellor and a member of Massey’s Senior Leadership Team, Giselle is responsible for supporting a high-quality research culture, further developing Massey’s national and international research collaborations, supporting excellence in teaching and academic development ...

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Lisa Watts

Lisa Watts

CEO & Executive Director

Lisa is Chief Executive Officer of The Conversation Media Group and is responsible for funding and operations, and the IT and Product teams who serve the international group. Previously Lisa was CEO of ArtsHub, CEO of a search marketing firm, and GM online employment for Fairfax Digital. Lisa has been a Director of Vertical Networks Group and Chair of Midsumma Festival. Lisa is a Deloitte Outstanding 50 LGBTI Leader.

Damian Thompson

Damian Thompson

Director of Foundation Relations

Damian came to The Conversation from the Victorian Department of Primary Industries, where he worked on programs to deliver services to the agriculture sector. He previously worked as a policy adviser to the Victorian Minister for Agriculture and Small Business Department.

Maria Troumboukis

Maria Troumboukis

Finance Manager

Maria is responsible for finance and operations and has extensive government experience, having previously worked as the Finance Manager at Arts Victoria within the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet where she was responsible for reporting and managing large multi-million dollar operating and capital budgets. A qualified CPA, she also worked in the South Australian State Government in Services SA and the Auditor-General’s Department.

Suji Gunawardhana

Suji Gunawardhana

Management Accountant

A finance and accounting professional with global exposure, who is an associate member of CPA Australia & special degree in Business Administration with experience in the fields of financial & management accounting and auditing. He previously worked for KPMG and CITIC Resources Australia.

Felicity Burke

Felicity Burke

Sponsorship and University Services Manager

Felicity has a background in Sales, Administration and Office Support roles, having worked in a number of art galleries across Melbourne before starting at The Conversation. She has also worked in Admin and Office Support roles in retail distribution and real estate. Felicity is also a keen painter and has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Monash University- where she spent some of her degree studying in Florence, Italy.

Tessa Ogle

Tessa Ogle

Editorial Assistant

Prior to joining The Conversation, Tessa worked as an Editorial Assistant at The Age. She has a background in human resources, administration and sales. Tessa is currently completing a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne, majoring in media and communication.

Ben Clark

Ben Clark

Editorial Assistant

Alongside working at The Conversation, Benjamin Clark writes freelance journalism for publications including The Age and Crikey and works in public engagement at the National Gallery of Victoria. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Politics & Media) from the University of Melbourne, where he is currently completing a Master of Public Policy and Management.

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James Hill

James Hill

Head of Engineering

James studied computer science at UNSW. Since then his professional career has been equally split between Australia & the UK. Currently residing in London, he's joined The Conversation eager to work on meaningful software around the way we disseminate information.

Mark Cipolla

Mark Cipolla

Developer

After finishing a degree in Multimedia Design at Monash University, Mark has worked with a number of design and development teams, including Realestate.com.au and SitePoint.

Nick Browne

Nick Browne

Developer

Nick studied computer science at RMIT University. He has worked in Australia, India, Hong Kong and America before joining The Conversation.

Josh Bassett

Josh Bassett

Data Platform Technical Lead

A UNSW alumnus, Josh enjoys applying CompSci rigour to all manners of problems. Prior to joining The Conversation he worked on several large projects including the Bendigo Bank mobile app, the New Zealand Stock Exchange, the Clear Grain Exchange, and the WordPress iPhone app.

Ben Macleod

Ben Macleod

Commercial Platform Senior Developer

Taking a left turn after a BA majoring in Linguistics, narrowly avoiding a career in rock and roll, Ben studied Software Development at RMIT. He comes to The Conversation from working on the TalkBox platform at ImpactData, and is keen to contribute to shaping the future of journalism.

Tiago Amaro

Tiago Amaro

Developer

Tiago studied computer science at UFF (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil). His motto is to write better software that people will love.

Zoe Jazz

Zoe Jazz

Design Lead

Zoe works across a variety of products to enhance The Conversation’s user experience. As a UX specialist and design thinker, Zoe is excited about technology’s ability to enable better human communication and collaboration. Zoe has previously managed the Wilderness Society’s brand and website launch to raise awareness of nature conservation; founded Ain’t no Planet B to inspire 11k loyalists to live waste free; and supported the launch of Redbubble’s first iOS app and new-look design system.