Top Executive Conference Speakers 2019 (Part 3)
Ms. Ana Tuiketei, International Lawyer and Consultant
Ms. Ana Tuiketei is an International Lawyer and Consult- ant. She is the Deputy Director of the Institute of Small and Micro States based in the United Kingdom. Ms. Tuiketei graduated with LLB and PDLP from University of the South Pacific.
She sits on various Fijian and Regional Boards including the Fiji Employment Relations Advisory Board; Fiji Chamber of Commerce & Industry; FHL Fund Management Limited and the Miss Pacific Islands Pageant.
Ms. Tuiketei is also in the UK Commonwealth Secretariat Task Force on International Arbitration. She is the only Fijian female accredited World Rugby Judicial Officer and is one of only two women that are Oceanic Judicial Officers.
She has also been involved in presenting before the Fiji Parliamentary Committees; drafting legislative reviews, strategic policies and industry negotiations for regional institutions.
Ms. Tuiketei is passionate about law reform and comes with a wealth of experience, knowledge and extensive professional exposure not only limited to Fiji’s domestic public policy and private sector engagement, but with a reasonable degree of regional professional perspective, engagement and experience.
Mr. Cowan Pettigrew, Chief Information Officer KPMG, New Zealand
Mr. Cowan Pettigrew is an experienced CIO/CTO with over 20 years in Information Technology. He has a proven track record of developing ITS frameworks required to bring about a successful technology strategy.
A strong advocate in the use of modern appropriate
technology, Mr. Pettigrew has been responsible for the design and delivery of a variety of systems from SME to enterprise solutions using a pragmatic and practical approach based on people, process & technology.
A former police officer, Mr. Pettigrew brings this unique experience to the table when designing continuous transformation technology strategies. His key design elements of data centricity, operational excellence, transformational risk with continuous improvement and user centric security are core pillars in his thinking.
His passion comes from the social benefit that a successful business generates. Seeing businesses ‘give back’ to the community is always a moment of great satisfaction for him.
Mr. Edward Bernard, ILO
Mr. Edward Bernard has worked for the International Labour Organization for the last 10 years.
He has been managing and delivering projects and programmes in ILO’s 11 member Pacific countries. His areas of expertise include youth employment, entrepreneurship & enterprise development and disaster recovery.
In his most recent and current role, Mr. Bernard is managing a project that support Employers and Workers Organisation to effectively engage in social and Labour policies, particularly on SDG’s and just transition to environmental sustainability.
Prior to working with the ILO, he worked as Sub-Programme Manager in the Fiji Governments Integrated Human Resource Development Programme (IHRDP) and prior to that as Human Resource Practitioner in national, regional and multinational semi government and private sector organisations.
Mr. Malcolm Fialho, Inclusion and Diversity Consultant
Mr. Malcolm Fialho has worked in the Inclusion and Diversity space for almost three decades in Australia where he held senior roles across organisations in the government, community-based and higher education sectors.
Mr. Fialho has spear headed a range of cutting edge programs (ALLY, Diversity Dialogues, Conversations about Race) that have been nationally recognised. Most notably, the University Of Western Australia was awarded the Australian Human Resources Industry (AHRI) Award in 2014 and 2015 as well as the prestigious accolades of being the only institution in the higher education sector to have been awarded Platinum status in 2016 by Pride in Diversity (PID).
- Master’s in Cross-Cultural Psychology, Murdoch University, Western Australia BA (Hons.) – Psychology, University Of Western Australia
- Post-Graduate Certificate Of Public Sector Management, University of Western Sydney
- 1990-1995- Manager, Access and Equity Programs, Federal Department Of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs, WA.
- 1996-2000- Director, Northern Suburbs Migrant Resource Centre, Perth, Western Australia.
- 2001-2016- Diversity Manager, Diversity and Inclusion, Human Resources, University Of Western Australia.
Mr. Moses O’Connor, Motivational Speaker
Mr. Moses O’Connor is a Fijian citizen and is originally from Nakasaleka in Kadavu.
Mr. O’Connor attended Marist Brothers High School and he is a graduate from Global ChurchLearning Centre in Springfield, Missouri in United States.
He also graduated from Myles Munroe Leadership Academy in He is currently a motivational and transformational speaker, trainer and mentor.