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First speakers announced for the Connecting Up Conference 2022


1 March 2022 at 7:45 am
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Speakers will cover IT strategy, cyber security, leadership, capability building and training, as well as digital marketing and fundraising.


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First speakers announced for the Connecting Up Conference 2022
1 March 2022 at 7:45 am

Speakers will cover IT strategy, cyber security, leadership, capability building and training, as well as digital marketing and fundraising.

The first wave of speakers has been confirmed for this year’s Connecting Up Conference, which returns to a 100 per cent in-person format on 11 to 13 May 2022 at the world-class Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Driven by the needs of the not-for-profit sector, the three-day interactive event empowers not for profits and charities to get the most out of technology and transform their organisation from the ground up.

 Confirmed speakers include:

  • opening keynote (Friday) – Tim Costello AO, chair of Community Council for Australia
  • cyber security keynote – Melissa Osborne, head of national security at Amazon Web Services;
  • marketing keynote – Kat Warboys, director of marketing APAC at Hubspot;
  • leadership masterclass – Roland Dillon, partner at McKinsey;
  • customer-centred design stream – Jamin Gluck, senior global program manager at Amazon Web Services; and
  • grant writing stream – Jo Garner, director at Strategic Grants.

The full line-up of keynotes, masterclasses and plenary speakers covering IT strategy, cyber security, leadership, capability building and training, as well as digital marketing and fundraising, will be announced soon.

This is your opportunity to learn from inspiring international and local speakers, engage and connect with peers from across the sector and walk away with innovative solutions to tackle technology challenges.

Also taking place this year as part of the Connecting Up Conference is the annual Australian Not-for-Profit Technology Awards 2022, which attracts top quality entrants from across Australia. Award nominations are now open.

If you’d like to sponsor the event, find out how you can join other major event supporters like Hubspot, AWS, Centre for Social Impact, Subscribe-HR and DiviPay by contacting conference manager Grant Smyth for more information.

Your health and safety is our top priority. The Connecting Up Conference team is working with the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre to deliver a COVID safe event in-line with Australian Government guidelines. Learn more here.



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