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Jorden is a senior leader passionate about challenging the role lawyers play in the evolving business world. She established and now leads the strategic management of legal and commercial affairs at HESTA, a superannuation fund with over $50bn in funds under management, consults to financial services start-ups on their management of regulatory risks, and holds non-executive directorships with several major health service providers. She has received numerous industry accolades and awards in recognition of her expertise and achievements.
Denise Doyle is Telstra’s Legal Transformation Lead who will enable Telstra to deliver its T22 strategy. Since joining Telstra in February 2018, Denise has led several initiatives including the creation of a Legal AI bot, Taila and fundamentally reimagined how Telstra’s legal department operated, achieving a 15% reduction in operating costs. With a strong foundation in process re-engineering initiatives at Citibank, NAB, GE and Westpac, Denise is focused on delivering a more efficient and effective transformation by leveraging the right frameworks, methodologies and tools that ensure delivery of tangible and sustainable outcomes.
Anna Lozynski is an executive general counsel and author. She believes that legal innovation is invigorating, change is energising and efficiency will never go out of fashion. Anna has studied law in Melbourne, Beijing, Utrecht and Boston. Starting out at a major Australian law firm, she has spent the majority of her legal career in-house working in the banking, automotive and cosmetics industries. Described as a change agent, Anna is a sought-after commentator and speaker both domestically and internationally – seeking to shift the dialogue in order to propel the profession forward.