The Corporate Health and Wellbeing Summit is packed with expert professional speakers from a diverse range of backgrounds.

The Corporate Health and Wellbeing Summit attracts a fantastic mix of inspirational speakers and leaders from successful businesses sharing their own case studies.

Would you like to be considered as a speaker at future ThinkTank events? You can submit an application here.

Tammy Barton

Tammy Barton is one of Australia’s most influential business women and female entrepreneurs. She is the founding director of MyBudget, a service that Tammy started more than 20 years ago and has since grown into one of Australia’s most trusted and recognised financial services brands.

Tammy is a respected authority on personal budgeting and money management, and regularly features in the media as a personal finance expert and influential entrepreneur. She has won the Telstra Business Woman of the Year (South Australia) twice, the Australian Government Business Innovation Award among multiple other recognitions, including Ernst & Young’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year (Central Region).

Tammy was an advisory board member of BankSA for seven years, and is currently an active board member of Project Gen Z and the advisory board at the University of Adelaide School of Management.

Tammy’s mission is to continue growing MyBudget. She remains passionately committed to promoting financial responsibility and helping Australians to live free from money worries.

Lucinda Brogden AM (B.Comm., M.Psych.)

Lucy has a strong commitment to helping others.  Her primary areas of focus are issues facing women and girls with regards to mental health and wellbeing, particularly in the workplace.  She takes an evidenced-based approach to problem solving and social investment.

Lucy has more than 25 years’ commercial experience with companies including Macquarie Group and Ernst & Young working in accounting, finance and organisational psychology. Specifically, Lucy has worked in trusted advisory roles with some of Australia’s leading CEOs, managing partners, ministers and chairs.

Lucy has more than 25 years’ commercial experience with companies including Macquarie Group and Ernst & Young working in accounting, finance and organisational psychology. Specifically, Lucy has worked in trusted advisory roles with some of Australia’s leading CEOs, managing partners, ministers and chairs.

Mark Wales

Mark Wales grew up in the red dirt of West Australian mining towns in the Pilbara. After deciding he wanted to join the SAS in high school, Mark embarked on a career in the Australian military that would eventually lead him to the battlefields of Afghanistan. As a Troop Commander in charge of 30 elite soldiers, Mark’s role was to lead combat missions against senior enemy commanders, deep behind enemy lines. Through this unique and harsh environment, Mark developed his skills in leadership, teamwork and high performance.

Like many in his situation, Mark battled depression and stress disorders after warfighting in Afghanistan. He tackled recovery with the same intensity he applied to Special Ops training. He rigorously researched the fundamentals of neurobiological science and the benefit of skill development. This approach underpinned a strong recovery, and drove personal growth far beyond his previous abilities.

Mark’s successful recovery and growth led him to embark on a high profile career in business. With four attempts of the GMAT, he was accepted into an Ivy League college in the U.S.A, and after graduation he joined McKinsey & Company, a respected consulting outfit also known as ‘The Firm’. He founded a fashion startup Kill_Kaptur, a tough-luxury ecommerce brand. He was a competitor in Australian Survivor 2017, the world’s #1 reality TV show.

An avid surfer, boxer, and cook, Mark stays active and keeps his experiences as varied as possible. He believes that past experience should never be a limitation to embarking and excelling in something new.

Mark loves to reveal the common threads that run through human competition in all arenas, and the importance of a growth-mindset to overcoming mental illness and drive success in future endeavours.

Kieran Flanagan

Kieran Flanagan is the co-founder of the Impossible Institute, a strategic think-tank that helps organisations make change positive and positive change. She is a speaker, trainer and author.

A rare female leader in the world of MadMen, Kieran was one of the youngest creative directors to lead an award-winning agency. She was behind the most successful product launch in Australian history, has headed up Australia’s premiere creative school, won awards all over the planet for her thinking and effectiveness and is on the faculty at Thought Leaders International.

Kieran has had her thinking published in over a hundred titles all over the globe. She has appeared on TV and radio. She was also recently voted as one of the USA’S C-suite speakers to look for.

Rachael Robertson

Rachael’s work is in response to a massively growing demand in the business world to get real, practical tools backed up by solid theory from someone who has actually led, and led successfully.

Because Rachael speaks from experience, she connects deeply with audiences, relating her own challenges to the challenges of every workplace. She needs no props, no “rah-rah” moments or no forced audience participation to reach people at a deep level. This is a seasoned leader telling it how it is in her own approachable style. You will leave her presentation feeling inspired and motivated to make your own life extraordinary.

Matt Iasiello

Matthew Iasiello is a mental health researcher from the SAHMRI Wellbeing and Resilience Centre. He has been focused on building mental wellbeing in the South Australian community for over 5 years. He has also been involved in many large scale projects in at-risk youth, male and female offenders, university students, and workforces.

Matthew is also in the process of completing a PhD at Flinders University, focused on the relationship between mental illness and mental wellbeing. He has been invited to present his research at international academic conferences and has published his research in peer reviewed scientific journals.

Alison Earl (masterclass facilitator)

Alison Earl is the author of Tripowerment: The why, the will, and the way of breakthrough change and works with people and companies around the globe to empower self-directed change as an international speaker, trainer, strategist and Positive Psychology practitioner. She has lived in Sydney, London, and New York, where she helped build new business from the ground up, and worked with people and companies in over 20 countries.

Alison has been guest lecturing in behavioural economics at the Harvard School of Public Health for the last 5 years and leads a think tank, which is dedicated to solving the most complex problems in behaviour change – bringing together leading academic and commercial minds – in collaboration with Harvard. Recent attendees include the Global President of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, the CMO of the Olympics, CFO of Comcast in addition to senior executives from Facebook and startups founders who are revolutionising education and empowerment.

Camille Wilson

Camille is a leading expert in workplace mental health, with a professional background working in human resources teams across various industries, witnessing the importance of real and genuine mental health programs at work. Camille’s passion is derived from her own lived experience of mental health and has continued this passion through studying psychology at UNSW and as part of the postgraduate program at the Brain and Mind Centre at USYD.

Most recently, Camille founded Grow Together Now to work with organisations to drive systematic change within workplaces and address the key problems that an organisation faces in developing effective workplace mental health programs. Camille’s specific focus is on maximising the effectiveness of peer support programs and storytelling campaigns within workplaces, and uses the voice of lived experience to drive development, design, and evaluation.