Fiona Taylor - Chair
Fiona has worked in policy and equity within the Queensland Government and held numerous volunteer roles in women’s, school and aid organisations. She is currently studying philosophy and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies at the University of Queensland and is excited to be collaborating with the rest of the Panel to deliver this important installation in this commemorative year.
Alasdair Jeffrey is an executive director of communication, digital and design agency, Rowland. He has 25 years’ experience managing corporate and investor communication programs in Australia, the UK and US. At Rowland, he leads the financial communication and public affairs practices. He also holds an MBA from London Business School and is a non-executive director of Finsia, the professional body for the financial services industry.
Thomas Bradley QC
Thomas Bradley QC is a barrister in private practice in Brisbane. He is a member of the Council of the National Library of Australia, a Vice-Patron of the QAGOMA Foundation, president of Access Arts Inc, chair of the Brisbane Festival Giving Committee and Treasurer of the Bar Association of Queensland. Thomas has an active interest in arts, literature and history. His most recent publication is The Dobell Case, based on a lecture delivered to the Selden Society in April 2016.
Kate Hunter is an advertising copywriter with 25 years’ experience. Her work is recognised as being insightful, human and often humorous. She has been a panellist on Gruen and is regularly invited to comment on advertising and marketing by local and interstate media. She has written opinion pieces and sponsored content for the Mamamia Women’s Network. In 2010 Kate’s first novel, Mosquito Advertising, The Parfizz Pitch was published by UQP. That same year Kate presented at the Brisbane Writers Festival for the first time. In 2015 Kate wrote the picture book, ‘A Curry For Murray’, illustrated by Lucia Masciullo and published by UQP.