Speaker Date Topic
Leigh-Chantelle Feb 15, 2021 12:30 PM
An overview of being vegan in 2021
An overview of being vegan in 2021

Leigh-Chantelle is passionate about cyberpsychology, digital wellbeing and digital communication, particularly mindful and conscious use of technology and forming digital boundaries. She graduated with a Bachelor of Psychology (Hons 1st Cl.) in December 2020 and is starting her Ph.D. in February 2021. 

She is a digital educator and aims to be a lecturer in cyberpsychology. Her background is as a speaker and consultant for online marketing, advertising, content creation and social media. Leigh-Chantelle is also a vegan veteran known for helping bring awareness of veganism to the mainstream and her organisational leadership skills.

There will be two short parts to this presentation:

Leigh-Chantelle will explain cyberpsychology, digital wellness and digital equilibrium, offering tips and tricks to thriving online in our always-on digital culture. She will also give an overview of being vegan in 2021 and how we can all lead by example to make more conscious and mindful choices in all areas of life.

Norm McGillivray Mar 01, 2021 12:30 PM
Beddown: Everyone deserves a bed to sleep in.
Beddown: Everyone deserves a bed to sleep in.

Originally from the UK, Norm’s background has seen him work in the Automotive Industry for Jaguar and LandRover. In Australia, Norm has worked in Industry, Government and the Not-for-Profit sectors. Now Norm is challenging conventional thinking to address the massive social issue of homelessness here in Australia as he looks to implement his vision through Beddown of ‘We believe everyone deserves a bed to sleep in.’

Professor Christel Middeldorp Mar 15, 2021 12:30 PM
Integrated Care for Children and Parents with Mental Disorders
Integrated Care for Children and Parents with Mental Disorders

Christel Middeldorp is a professor in child & youth psychiatry, this is a conjoint position with the University of Queensland and Children’s Health Queensland Hospital Service. Her research focuses on identifying factors influencing outcome of mental disorders in children and developing treatments targeted at the children in highest needs. One group in high need are children with parents who also have mental health issues. Prof Middeldorp will explain how parental and children’s symptoms are associated and why integrated care addressing the child’s and the parent’s needs may improve the outcomes for both of them.

Greg Ellevsen - RSL Queensland Mar 29, 2021 12:30 PM
How COVID19 brought Queenslanders closer together to remember those who fought for freedom