ISACA Melbourne Chapter
ISACA Melbourne Chapter Annual General Meeting
Wednesday 21 March 2018
5:30pm registration for 6.00pm start
Deloitte, 550 Bourke Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000
The ISACA Melbourne Chapter Board invites all current financial members to the ISACA Melbourne Chapter Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on Wednesday 21 March 2018 at Deloitte, Melbourne.
The AGM will commence promptly at 6pm and will include Board reports, annual accounts, appointment Chapter Directors, a presentation to our 10 and 25 year long standing members, recognition of our 2017 certification exams top rank placeholders, trainers and sponsors.
Following the AGM we will hear from an exciting guest speaker and post this, we will have a fun networking session with drinks and food.
Please come along and catch up with all your ISACA colleagues and friends.
To ensure that we cater appropriately, please register online by Friday, 16th March 2018. If you have difficulties with the registration process contact Elaine Coghlan on 9641 7416 or at email@example.com
Our bylaws require our AGM to have a quorum of at least 10% of our member base. If you are unable to attend, we kindly ask that you complete the proxy form and send it in as per instructions on the form so that the quorum can be fulfilled.
ISACA Melbourne Chapter Annual General Meeting
Date: Wednesday 21 March 2018
Formal AGM: 6.00pm – 7.00pm
Guest Speaker 7.00pm – 7:30pm
Social event and Networking 7:30pm – 9.00pm
Venue: Deloitte, 550 Bourke Street Melbourne, VIC 3000
AGM Agenda Items:
- Minutes of Previous Annual General Meeting
- President’s Report
- Treasurer’s Report
- 2018 Membership Fees
- Appointment of Honorary Auditor
- Appointment of ISACA Melbourne Chapter Directors
- General Business
- 25 and 10 Years Member recognition
- Recognition of Certification top rank holders for 2017
- Certification Trainer recognition
- Sponsor recognition
Jacqui Loustau – Australian Woman in Security Network
Jacqui Loustau is passionate about security and collaborating with others to drive innovation and change in industry. Currently working on several initiatives to try and influence more talent from all industries and diverse backgrounds to pursue a career in security.
This includes managing the Australian Women in Security Network (AWSN) in her spare time. The network comprises of 700+ men and women aiming to connect, support and inspire more women to pursue a career in security.
Recently launched the Security Job Profile Project which aims to Inform, Influence and Inspire the next generation of security professionals.
CISM, CISSP certified with 16 years international experience across various security domains, technologies and industry sectors.
Currently working in a senior cybersecurity position in the finance sector.
Winner of the AISA 2016 award for Diversity in Cybersecurity.
Author of ‘The Female Consultant chapter of international book – ‘Women in the Security Profession’
Matt Ormiston – Autism Spectrum Program at ANZ
Matt Ormiston spent his younger years in the Northern Territory, growing up in the small remote mining town of Nhulunbuy in Arnhem Land on the Gulf of Carpentaria.
With a degree in Science and a spirit of adventure fostered in his formative years. Matt and his young family took up an international assignment in New York, where he led a transformation of the technology culture for an Australian Investment Banking firm to deliver better quality outcomes and services.
After returning to Australia, Matt joined ANZ in 2009 to lead the Asia Pacific desktop transformation, across 27 countries working with local teams to improve this key element of the employee experience.
Now the Head of Technology for Corporate Optimisation, Matt leads a team focused on Improving and providing employment opportunities for interns, graduates and women along with those on the autism spectrum helping bring ANZ’s purpose of “Shaping a world where people and communities thrive” to life.
Encouraged by his Christian faith Matt has worked with many community programs; and whether it involves combating alcoholism among indigenous Australians, helping the homeless in New York or supporting victims of bullying and trauma he seeks to address the root cause of such problems, knowing that this is how we make the biggest difference.
His spirit of adventure continues and it manifests these days in his passion for mountain climbing. Having summited the highest peaks on the Australian East Coast he recently tackled his first 4000+m mountain (in Switzerland!)…and is considering his next challenge.
Matt lives in Melbourne with his wife and four children, is a passionate blogger on hiking and faith and was recently published in APAC Insider and Featured on ABC’s Lateline.
Date(s) - 21/03/2018
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Deloitte Melbourne Office