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Connect with visionary speakers & peers who are leading the charge in propelling global progress towards 2030. Speakers include Steve Killelea who was twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, sought after futurist Lisa Andrews and Steve King, the Atlassian Foundation Director of Business Impact, and advocate for the Pledge 1% corporate philanthropy movement and CoFounder of the Jessica King Fellowship.

MEET OUR SPEAKERS: Steve Killelea AM, Steve King, Lisa Andrews, Peter Rossdeutscher 

Global Boals Breakfast Speakers:   Steve Killelea AM, Steve King, Lisa Andrews, Peter Rossdeutscher

Steve Killelea
A global thought leader, is the force behind the Institute for Economics and Peace. His successful tech career and philanthropic focus on peace and sustainable development illuminate issues from terrorism to prosperity. With two Nobel Peace Prize nominations, he serves on the President's Circle for Club de Madrid, holds an Honorary Presidency for Religion for Peace, and founded The Charitable Foundation (TCF) to combat poverty and conflict in Africa and South-East Asia. In 2007, Steve launched the influential Global Peace Index study, endorsed by figures like the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu.

Steve King

The Atlassian Foundation, Director of Business Impact, Steve is an advocate for the Pledge 1% corporate philanthropy movement and startup advisor for the Remarkable Tech accelerator program. Steve also CoFounded the Jessica King Fellowship to provide aspiring entrepreneurs with disability (EwD), or those intrigued by entrepreneurship, the opportunity to explore the world of startups. In Atlassian’s early days, founders Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar built giving back into the business, with a belief that education and business have the power to change the world.  They pledged 1% of the company's equity, profit, employee time and products to social good - and the Atlassian Foundation was born.  Atlassian are passionate about helping social impact teams do more and co-founded the Pledge 1% movement.

Lisa Andrews

Sought after speaker and futurist. Lisa is inspired by a future of perfect knowledge, passionate about how devices and sensors can change the way we live in the next ten years. She is international faculty for Singularity University and CEO of WAVIA, a platform empowering people for impact. Lisa had her first successful exit from an engineering business in 2012 and started Angel Investing in deep tech companies that focus on profit with purpose. Currently working on projects with international organizations such as Singularity University, the UN, the Australian Government, Great Barrier Reef Legacy, ACTAI, Extreme Tech Challenge and EO.

Peter Rossdeutscher 
Peter Rossdeutscher is an Independent Board Director and former Global Managing Director, dedicated to addressing socio-economic inequalities and enhancing national competitiveness through outreach, upskilling and entrepreneurship. Committed to economic empowerment, he develops opportunities for First Nations peoples and promotes diversity in bridging the digital divide through pathways programs. Co-founder of initiatives like First Nations X, Quantum Girls, AgriStart, Start Something from Research, and QuantumTX, Peter actively contributes to building a more equitable future for the benefit of all.

This Global Goals Breakfast is made possible by the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation

This Global Goals Breakfast is made possible by the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation

This unique gathering is brought to you through the collaborative efforts of several nonprofit
organisations driven by a shared vision for a brighter future: First Nations X, the Western Australian
Ocean Foundation and Forest Research Foundation

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