The program

Panels will feature 4-6 speakers from diverse areas of their industry. Within each panel, there will be dedicated Q&A opportunities for students to ask all of their burning questions.

Come for the whole day, or choose the panels of your liking. Our speakers will be hanging around during the breaks to chat one-on-one with attendees.

Our full list of speakers is now available!
8:45am Doors open
9:00am Welcome to the Insights Panel!
9:15am A Chat About Pathways
Not everyone follows a perfectly 'linear' pathway from high school to university to a full time position in their dream job. Hear from young professionals whose pathway after school took an unexpected turn - how they handled a change in plans, where are they now, and how a wonky path can still lead you to exactly the right place.
9:30am The Business Panel
From Human Resources and Accounting, Finance and Insurance, to Marketing and PR - businesses require a plethora of diverse skills in order to operate and be successful. Gain an insight into the many different avenues within business, and the numerous ways you can make a career in business your own.
10:00am Morning tea
Grab a hot beverage from the free coffee cart and take a break. Or find your favourite speaker for an informal, one-on-one chat!
10:15am The STEM Panel
Each decade, the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths become only more important in our rapidly-evolving world. This panel will feature not only various engineers, working in vastly different areas, but also PhD students deep in research, and those forging a career in the relatively new software development space.
10:45am An Insight into Inspire
Thanks to our good friends at Inspire Health Services, we're thrilled to be presenting Insights into Inspire. Explore the many avenues of health the team at Inspire work in. From the Exercise Scientists and Physiologists working on the gym floor, to the Physiotherapists and Dieticians upstairs, Inspire are a top destination for the best in allied health. 
11:15am Hot chocolate, cookies & chats
In this extended break, students will have ample time to rest their brains, take a break, and chat with speakers from across the morning's program.
11:45am The Health Panel
A career in Health doesn't just mean a career in Medicine. Possible careers in healthcare can include Optometry and Dentistry, Nursing and Paramedicine, Occupational Therapy and Speech Pathology, and more! Overwhelmed? Don't stress - our Health Panel are here to answer all of your questions.
12:15pm An Insight into Med
We're rounding out the day with an honest insight into the lives of both current students of Medicine, and the young doctors just starting their careers. This chat promises to deliver a true perspective on the wonderful highs, and not-so-wonderful lows, of a career in Medicine.  
12:45pm Last chance chats
It's the last chance for students to chat with their favourite speaker, get their questions answered, or even make a plan to meet with them again.
Panel discussions
Professionals within the first 10 years of their career sharing the pathway they took, where they are now, and what a day in their role actually looks like.
Q&A
From what subjects they did at school, to the biggest myth about their industry, our speakers are there to answer all the big questions!
Hot chocolate & chats
Practise the art of networking in a relaxed and informal environment, while enjoying complimentary hot chocolate from the onsite coffee cart. 

Speakers

Alice Cartwright
Speech Pathology

Since graduating uni in 2018, Alice has opened her own speech pathology clinic, working with children to support them with their communication needs.

Amelia Rand
Occupational Therapy/Nursing

Amelia is in the unique position in that she regularly wears two hats! As a nurse, Amelia spends her days 'scrubbed up' in surgery, assisting with everything from removing tonsils, to delivering babies via C-Section, to fixing broken legs. As an Occupational Therapist, Amelia helps children with disabilities find creative ways to navigate life.

Andrew Mount
Information Technology (IT)

Leading a global team, Andrew looks at how they can utilise cloud-based technologies to allow the company to perform faster & better. They get to play with latest technologies, like AI, to build these solutions.

Bill Diep
Medicine

Since graduating last year, Bill has been working at The Prince Charles Hospital. Bill's future (might) include specialising in Emergency care.

Cass Nason
Mechanical Engineering

Cass works within a global company, assisting with large-scale projects right here in Brisbane, such as Cross River Rail. Her works has her focusing on big-picture design, right down to tiny technical specifics.

Courtney Cholakos
Media & Advertising

Courtney works with brands to help create strategies which inform how they market and sell their products. She's not the brains behind what you see, but instead leads a team who plan when, where and how you see or hear it.

David Maloney
Automation Engineering

An automation engineer's role within a business is to be always asking the question 'how can we do this fast, better and safer?' They're responsible for maintaining very cool technology like robots, cameras, autonomous vehicles, industrial computers and more!

Dr Joshua Llinas
Veterinary Medicine

Dr Josh operates the Unusual Pet Vets clinic in Jindalee, spending time treating the ailments of all sorts of unusual pets, from birds and small mammals, to reptiles and zoological collections.

Dr Julie Keegel
Psychology

Dr Julie came to the field of psychology out of an enduring interest in people, cross-cultural perspectives of happiness, health and well-being. As the director of 4Life Psychology, Julie divides her time between running a successful clinic, and working one-on-one with patients.

Ellena Burnett
Dietetics

A senior dietitian with a sports focus, Ellena is responsible for working alongside many of our high performance athletes.

Hollier O’Neill
Med Student

Hollier is a 26-year-old perpetual student currently wading through the last few years of medical school. She enjoys reading, procrastinating study, and day-dreaming about the day when she can make a difference in the world.

Jaiden Richards
Exercise Science

Jaiden is the youngest member of the Inspire panel, heavily invested in improving adolescent sports performance.

Lachlan Mount

On paper, Lachlan's qualification is in Human Movement. And yet for the past 6+ years, he's been enjoying a successful career in Media & Advertising, currently working with the AFL. Hear Lachlan's story and understand how life's pathway can sometimes take an unexpected turn.

Matthew Cullen
Mechanical Engineering

Within Matthew's almost 10 year career, he's worked within a large company, moving between different roles covering everything from the fuels, resources and rail transport sectors.

Patrick Daley
Exercise Physiology

Pat is involved in injury rehabilitation, chronic disease management and community health initiatives. Everything from improving sports performance to helping the elderly maintain independence.

Rebecca Cummings

Rebecca joined Inspire Health Services first as an Exercise Scientist. Despite loving the team, it soon became apparent that Rebecca wasn't suited to her specific role. She took a leap of faith and redirected her career to focus on business administration, mainly Accounting and Human resources. Today, Inspire couldn't function without Rebecca.

Rhiannon Zuch
Exercise Science

In her day to day role, Rhiannon is involved in the coaching and training of many general health and wellness clients, is a leader in our Women's Health department, and works within the Wavell High School netball performance program.

Robert Haugh
Physiotherapy

Rob is responsible for the injury management and musculoskeletal health issues that his clients suffer from. His role is to manage, treat and guide the effective rehabilitation of these injuries.

Shannon Maloney
Nursing

Shannon has worked within the Intensive Care Unit of the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital for five years. While Shannon's love for helping people shines through, her experience within the health system provides an insight into the drawbacks of nursing.

Tim Vetter
Public Relations

Tim began his career as a journalist before going on to work in communications and public relations across corporate, government and education sectors. Tim combines his passion for brand storytelling with his knack for writing in delivering digital marketing, social media, and content creation.

Tom Leis
Insurance Brokerage

Tom works as an Account Manager within a long-standing Insurance Brokerage firm. Within his role, Tom works with a range of clients to find insurance solutions, helping ensure their business is protected against all sorts of risks.

Tom Roberts
Exercise Physiology

Tom plays a major role in our chronic disease management and elderly strength and conditioning program. While maintaining a keen interest in our golf community, Tom is also involved in delivering community based programs.

Tom Sutherland
Accountancy

Accounting is a crucial part of (quite literally) every single type of business. Throughout Tom's career, he's had the opportunity to work in aerospace, banking, tech & healthcare, making sure every dollar is accounted for.

Tyla Mount
Human Resources

Tyla's work in Human Resources, specifically Learning & Organisational Development, sees her focusing on finding, keeping, and training the people within the company. Part of this role is the management of their uni graduate program.

Not just another careers event

With many schools having just run both in-person and online careers fairs, you might be wondering how this event is different to all the rest.

While career fairs are an excellent way for students to explore their options, they often leave attendees more overwhelmed than ever. The Insights Panel event is an opportunity for your student to get honest answers to their 101 questions. from real people with real careers within the Business, Health and STEM sectors. The good, the bad, and the insightful.

And as an entirely independent event, seperate from any specific tertiary institution or industry body, students can enjoy the day knowing that our speakers have no agenda other than to share with the next generation their own experience.

Everything included in your ticket

1 ticket, 2 attendees
Every ticket includes attendance for one parent/caregiver. So both students and their parents can learn something new from our incredible speakers.
Free barista coffee
Parents and caregivers are wonderful people. The least we could do is shout them a cup from our onsite coffee cart!
Prizes to be won
Door prizes and a little competition to keep things interesting...

Stay tuned for details. 

Get in touch

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hello@twotutors.com.au

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Speakers

A Chat About Pathways
Lachlan Mount

On paper, Lachlan's qualification is in Human Movement. And yet for the past 6+ years, he's been enjoying a successful career in Media & Advertising. 
Hear Lachlan's story and understand how life's pathway can sometimes take an unexpected turn.
Rebecca Cummings

Rebecca arrived at Inspire as an Exercise Scientist. Despite loving the team, it soon became apparent that Rebecca wasn't suitable to her specific role. She took a leap of faith and redirected her career to focus on business administration, mainly Accounting and Human resources. 
Today, Inspire couldn't function without Rebecca.
The Business Panel
Courtney Cholakos
Media & Advertising


Courtney works with brands to help create strategies which inform how they market and sell their products. She's not the brains behind what you see, but instead leads a team who plan when, where and how you see or hear it.
Tim Vetter
Public Relations


Tim began his career as a journalist before going on to work in communications and public relations across corporate, government and education sectors.
Tim combines his passion for brand storytelling with his knack for writing in delivering digital marketing, social media, and content creation.
Tom Leis
Insurance Brokerage


Tom is an up-and-coming Insurance Broker, currently working as an Account Manager within a long-standing small firm.
Tom Sutherland 
Accountancy

Accounting is a crucial part of (quite literally) every single type of business. Throughout Tom's career, he's had the opportunity to work in aerospace, banking, tech & healthcare. 
Tyla Mount
Human Resources


Tyla's work in Human Resources, specifically Learning & Organisational Development, sees her focusing on finding, keeping, and training the people within the company. Part of this role is the management of their uni graduate program.
The STEM Panel
Andrew Mount
IT


Leading a global team, Andrew looks at how they can utlise cloud-based technologies to allow the company to perform faster & better. They get to play with latest technologies, like AI, to build these solutions.
Cass Nason
Mechanical Engineering 


Cass works within a large company, assisting on big projects right here in Brisbane, such as Cross River Rail.
David Maloney
Automation Engineering 


An automation engineer's role within a business is to be always asking the question 'how can we do this fast, better and safer?'
They're responsible for maintaining very cool technology like robots, cameras, autonomous vehicles, industrial computers and more!
Matthew Cullen 
Mechanical Engineering 


Within Matthew's almost 10 year career, he's worked within a large company, moving between different roles covering everything from the fuels, resources and rail transport sectors.
Megan Hughes
Royal Australian Air Force Avionics Technician  


Megan is a female within a heavily male-dominated team. Megan's love for STEM has fuelled her 6-year career, working on some seriously cool planes doing some seriously cool work.
An Insight into Inspire
Ellena Burnett 
Dietetics

A senior dietitian with a sports focus, Ellena is responsible for working alongside many of our high performance athletes.
Jaiden Richards 
Exercise Science

Jaiden is the youngest member of the Inspire panel, heavily invested in improving adolescent sports performance.
Patrick Daley
Exercise Physiology

Pat is involved in injury rehabilitation, chronic disease management and community health initiatives. Everything from improving sports performance to helping the elderly maintain independence.
Rhiannon Zuch 
Exercise Science


In her day to day role, Rhiannon is involved in the coaching and training of many general health and wellness clients, is a leader in our Women's Health department, and works within the Wavell High School netball performance program.
Robert Haugh 
Physiotherapy


Rob is responsible for the injury management and musculoskeletal health issues that his clients suffer from. His role is to manage, treat and guide the effective rehabilitation of these injuries.
Tom Roberts 
Exercise Physiology


Tom plays a major role in our chronic disease management and elderly strength and conditioning program. While maintaining a keen interest in our golf community, Tom is also involved in delivering community based programs.
The Health Panel
Alice Cartwright
Speech Pathology 


Since graduating uni in 2018, Alice has opened her own speech pathology clinic, working with children to support them with their communication needs.
Amelia Rand
Occupational Therapy/Nursing 


Amelia is in the unique position in that she regularly wears two hats! When working her nursing hat, Amelia spends her days 'scrubbed up' in surgery, assisting with everything from removing tonsils, to delivering babies via C-Section, to fixing broken legs.
As an Occupational Therapist, Amelia helps children with disabilities find creative ways to navigate life.
Shannon Maloney
Nursing 


Shannon has worked within the Intensive Care Unit of the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital for five years. While Shannon's love for helping people shines through, her experience within the health system provides an insight into the drawbacks of nursing.
An Insight into Med
Bill Diep
Medicine (Intern) 


Since graduating last year, Bill has been working at The Prince Charles Hospital. Bill's future (might) include specialising in Emergency care.
Hollier O'Neill
Med Student


Hollier is a 26-year-old perpetual student currently wading through the last few years of medical school. She enjoys reading, procrastinating study, and day-dreaming about the day when she can make a difference in the world.