Jacyl has 20 years’ experience delivering innovation and consulting programs, projects and services with clients from education, industry, start-ups, accelerator hubs, government and research agencies. With exemplary cross-sectoral trusted relationships with industry, government, universities, SMEs and start-ups, Jacyl has a solid track record in creating and implementing new value creation initiatives and ways to foster innovation.
Her team has delivered innovation advisory for clients including Abu Dhabi Ports and Melbourne Ports.
With several awards including Microsoft 2019 Executive of the Year for Women in Digital, Jacyl is also a board member of Melbourne Maritime Heritage Network and a founder/director of fishing start up Fishable.
TEMC is a joint venture of the Association for Tertiary Education Management (ATEM) and the Tertiary Education Facilities Management Association (TEFMA).
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Fiona Bygraves, Monash University
Carol Harding, University of Tasmania
Sally Newton, Consultant
Murugian (Muru) Mohan, University of Auckland
Margaret L Ruwoldt, Consultant
Garry Bradley, former TEFMA President
Alice Di Pasquale, Deakin University
Leigh Burgess, Queensland University of Technology