WiTWA Co-Chair (Industry & Networking events) (??-2017)
Director, Edoceo Futures. Daniela is a skilled industry specialist and recognised thought leader with over 25 years of experience in industry, business innovation and public policy development. Prior to establishing herself as a strategic consultant Daniela spent 10 years in the state public sector, overseeing a broad spectrum of industry and economic development programs, including in the areas of Digital Economy, Technology, Innovation, Marine and Defence and Oil and Gas Services. As Industry Skills Advisor, Daniela is currently also delivering the federal Government Industry Skills Fund in WA which seeks to grow sustainable businesses by building a highly skilled workforce around business growth opportunities and rapid technological change.
Deputy Chair, WITWA (xxx - 2017)
Industry Affiliations & Sponsorships, Director, EDICT International Consultants. Sheryl works as a Commercialisation Adviser for Accelerating Commercialisation – an element of the Entrepreneur Infrastructure Program (EIP) , a federal government initiative. She worked for many years with innovative technology-based business, helping them take their product or services to market. Sheryl has a number of Institute memberships, including the Institute of Directors (South Africa), the Institute of Marketing Managers (South Africa and Australia), the Computer Society (South Africa and Australia), and is a previous member of the PHISC (Private Healthcare Industry Standards. She is a strong supporter of workplace equality, volunteers for SpringBoard Enterprise and has served on the WiTWA committee in various capacities since 2004.
WITWA Chair (1998-2016)
Principal Consultant (Business Process & Promapp) - Director, Consultas Pty Ltd. She is an Information Designer, Facilitator, certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and Certified Process Professional Champion (CPPC). She has extensive experience in the development of Business and Project Management Systems through Business Process Mapping, as well as teaching and training development & delivery. Marjolein was part of WiTWA for nearly 20 years. She champions diversity and equity in the workplace and encourages government to continue to support this change.
Taryn Musgrave, Developer, Volunteer & Advocate for Women in Industry. Taryn has worked as a signals engineer in the UK and in Australia. She has been part of Robogals and now continues to advocate for women in technology as part of WiTWA