Mai Chen (LLB (Hons) Otago LLM (Harvard) (FNZIM) is a partner in Chen Palmer New Zealand Public Law Specialists, Chair of the Superdiversity Centre for Law, Policy and Business, Adjunct Professor at the University of Auckland School of Law and a director on the Bank of NZ Board and Chair of the People and Remuneration Committee.
Melissa Clark-Reynolds, ONZM, has become a Digital Strategist and Professional Director after 25 years experience as an entrepreneur and in the business startup community.
Chris’ desire to push the boundaries of possibility in education and beyond led him to begin exploring the future. This has since involved developing expertise in a wide range of areas including complexity theory, experiential futures and the discipline of anticipation.
Kaila Colbin is co-founder of Boma Global and CEO of Boma New Zealand.
She spearheaded the hugely successful SingularityU New Zealand and Australia Summits, introducing more than 2,500 people to exponential technologies and their impact on humanity.
Dr Cheryl Doig
Dr Cheryl Doig is a leadership futurist who sees exponential technologies as an opportunity to amplify our human characteristics.
Professor Melanie Johnston-Hollitt
Professor Melanie Johnston-Hollitt is an internationally prominent radio astronomer known for her work on the design, construction and governance of large-scale, international radio telescopes.
Grant is a hopelessly addicted inventor. He has founded a number of technology companies including GlobalBrain.net (sold to NBCi), RealContacts (sold to Intel), SLI Systems (listed NZX) and Eurekster, YikeBike and PurePods.
Mandy Simpson is a director, consultant and keynote speaker with a focus on the business and human impacts of fast moving technologies.
As one of New Zealand’s most influential and effective board governors, Sue’s far-reaching experience spans both private and public sectors from start-ups through to listed companies operating in multi-jurisdictions.