The NSW Chapter team held their Christmas Webinar on Tuesday 15 December 2020.
Marcus Turner, Director Governance & Risk at Gifted Risk Solutions, presented on the 2019/20 Bushfire Season, which was the worst in Australia’s history. He outlined how communities responded and how that response is now more difficult.
Themelina Johns, Risk & Resilience Advisor at Lion, presented on the experience and learnings of a disruptive year in a global organisation, with multi-faceted impacts and a few wins to boot, with the irony of 2020 being the year that no-one saw coming.
The next Chapter Meeting will be held via webinar on Wednesday 10 February 2021 4-6pm, with Chris Miller and Aleksander Koracevic presenting.
Please put the date in your diary now! More details to follow.
You can view a recording of the webinar by clicking here
Marcus Turner, Director Governance & Risk at Gifted Risk Solutions
Marcus is an experienced and well qualified risk practitioner. He was the youngest CRO appointed to the crown at 34 and he holds a number of relevant degrees including a Master of Risk Management and is a sought after speaker here and internationally. He has since occupied roles building and establishing practical risk frameworks and working with executive teams and boards to integrate risk in the planning process. Marcus has picked up numerous awards for risk and related work and was formerly the Chief Risk Officer of Fire & Rescue NSW. Marcus is currently consulting with Gifted Risk Solutions in the fields of risk, continuity, governance and probity services.
Themelina Johns, Risk & Resilience Advisor at Lion
Known for her dynamic personality, Themelina was awarded BCI Newcomer in 2018 and continues to engage and share her knowledge and experiences within the BCI community. Within the last decade in Business Continuity and Resilience roles, Themelina has built her expertise within the Financial Services, Telco, Big 4 Consulting and Manufacturing industries. Whilst passionate about all aspects of business continuity and crisis response, over the last 2 years she has focused on strengthening the relationships and partnerships required in the preparedness phase in order to build the response capability when it’s really needed. She feels most encouraged by creating and nurturing ‘communities’ and forums within the organisation in order to stretch the engagement and connectivity of the business to ensure its resilience capability.
Your NSW Chapter Team:
Shaun Allingham, Nelum Cowell and Themelina Johns