Ghislaine Entwisle

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Ghislaine Entwisle is a Director at Protiviti specialising in Technology consulting, primarily focussing on Digital Transformation, Customer Experience, Data Governance and Managed Services.

Ghislaine has over 15 years’ experience working with clients to help them to optimise their use of technology to drive optimal customer experiences. Ghislaine is an active member of the Australian Computer Society and sits on their Technical Advisory Board, Data sharing committee and the Victorian executive.

Ghislaine mentors students through the Vic ICT Womens Network and the University of Melbourne and is currently involved in a culturally diverse women social enterprise. Ghislaine has international work experience. Born in South Africa, she has lived and worked in London and Melbourne, and gained international work experience in the USA, UK, Switzerland, Japan, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, and Indonesia.

As a speaker, she undertakes speaking as a Keynote, Panel member and Workshop facilitator of topics (and occasional article writer) including:

Technical Focus: Digital Transformation, Customer Experience, Robotic Process Automation, Data Governance, Data Sharing, and Managed Services as outsourcing evolves into ‘as-a-service’ offerings.

Diversity Focus: Representation of women and cultural diversity in the workforce and especially the tech sector. Championing improved opportunities for women to return to work post maternity leave.

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