Virtual BiG Day In Newcastle 2021
Wednesday, 13 October 2021, 10:00am-12:00pm (AEST)
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Andrew Balzer, Microsoft
Andrew Balzer has had a rich history of training and leadership, being experienced Human Resource Manager and over 7 active years of teaching and leadership experience with the NSW Department of Education. After working at numerous High schools, working as Headteacher, the Aboriginal Education Coordinator, ICT Coordinator and Year Advisor.
In 2018 Andrew was promoted to a Digital Classroom Officer in which he overlooks 256 schools across NSW for the department’s Stem.T4L Program. Andrew has also been working and collaborating with Microsoft over the past 4 years. In 2016 Andrew was selected as a Microsoft Innovator Educator Expert and in 2019 he was promoted to a MIE Fellow for NSW. In 2021 Andrew joined Microsoft full time in 2021 as the Learning Delivery Specialist for NSW, engaging in multiple events, workshops, and community engagement to enable every user to achieve more with technology.
Joe Johnson, Mudbath
Joe has Over 10 years experience working across end to end digital products. Always striving to learn more and add a true difference to the user experience.
Nadia Hutchins, Mudbath
Nadia is a communications and digital designer with 10+ years experience creating engaging, accessible and human-centred products that delight users and meet business objectives.
Tim Kitchen, Adobe
Technology changes are disrupting many of the traditional job markets as well as creating whole new areas of work. What skills will be required to thrive in this exciting and ever-changing future? During this presentation, Dr Tim Kitchen from Adobe will share his thoughts on this topic following his over 20 years of experience as an educator and over 8 years as Adobe’s Senior Education specialist for Asia Pacific.
Sean Bailey, NIB
Sean is a full time software developer at nib, and product designer in his spare time. He is passionate about building great products, and is proud to be part of an industry that is poised to change the world for the better.
Trenton Woodley, NIB
Trenton recently made the move from over a decade in music into tech, starting at NIB this year as a Product Designer. Inspired by human stories and the need for technology to continue to exceed our expectations now and into the future, he's all about discovering the big picture through the little details.
Aparajita Deshpande (AP), NIB
AP is a software developer at NIB. Armed with a strong desire to learn, she embarked on this career path leading to innovation in technology. She feels content to be in the Industry, which has given her the lifestyle she dreamt of, along with the opportunity to upskill knowledge, travel, and have a healthy work-life balance.