New expertise advising Good2Give

Good2Give has announced a line up of leading lights in the field of technology, digital product development, business information technology and data. We call this group our Technology Advisory Group – or TAG for short.

TAG portraits-150x150-Bill MarriotBill Marriott

Atlassian Senior Trust and Security Manager

Bill is a senior cyber security expert leading information security and risk management for IT companies internationally. Previously managing global security services for Microsoft in Seattle and Sydney, Bill is experienced in meeting IT regulatory and industry obligations in Australia and abroad. He brings a wealth of knowledge on how to build business continuity and security amidst rapidly evolving technologies.

TAG portraits-150x150-Gavin HeatonGavin Heaton

Digital communications guru and founder of the Disruptor’s Handbook

Gavin is a leading voice on marketing strategy in a digital age. He brings over 20 years’ experience supporting large enterprise introduce innovative marketing strategies for companies including, IBM, McDonald’s and PwC. Founding the Disruptor’s Handbook in 2014, Gavin is focussed on harnessing lean strategy to de-risk innovation and harness the possibility of evolving technologies.

TAG portraits-150x150-Margaret WrightMargaret Wright

Executive Chair, Queuemetrix, and Head of Strategy, Risk and People, NNNco
Business futurist and former lead in technology, Margaret brings over 20 years’ of experience applying technology to drive business solutions. As Executive Director of Technology for Macquarie Bank, she resolved major eCommerce issues. Prior to that Margaret was Partner at KPMG consulting on issues including risk and information management. Margaret’s contribution was acknowledged as NSW Finalist Telstra Businesswoman of the Year and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

TAG portraits-150x150-Michael GrafMichael Graf

Former IBM Executive

Michael is a senior executive with over 20 years’ of experience in the Information Technology industry. Joining IBM in 2000, he managed large teams and departments throughout significant digital advancements in the IT industry. During his 14 years at IBM he optimised growth markets locally and internationally for IT services and products. Sitting on a number of boards, Michael now focuses on supporting start-up and technology businesses for maximum business impact.

 

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