Growing an EdTech and Going Public – with Cherie Diaz
November 4, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
OUR AWESOME SPEAKER
Cherie Diaz (https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherie-diaz-b0a16349/)
Managing Director Australia, OpenLearning Global
Cherie is a lifelong learner who holds a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Teaching from the Australian Catholic University, a Master of Arts in Modern History from Macquarie University, a Master of Education from the University of Technology Sydney; and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).
Her 15 years of experience in education spans a range of levels and modes. Prior to joining OpenLearning, Cherie was the Head of Education Delivery at the Australian Institute of Company Directors where she led faculty engagement, education delivery, Director CPD, and lifelong learning.
Between 2012 – 2017, Cherie oversaw student delivery of some of Australia’s largest private colleges. As Director, Customer Success at Scentia, Cherie led the operational teams for the four colleges that included B2B, B2C, and B2G delivery for non-accredited courses, vocational, and higher education qualifications. As Head of College and registered CEO of the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences, a Study Group college; Cherie enabled the regeneration of the brand and managed their transition to online learning.
Cherie is dedicated to building experiences that put the learner at the center of the design and delivery process. Having led education innovation programs for Ivy College and the Australian Institute of Management, Cherie’s efforts in driving the evolution of education quality resulted in individual and business awards for service excellence by the Customer Service Institute of Australia.
Joining the team in 2018, Cherie is enjoying the opportunity to leverage her experience as an educator, organisational development advocate, and operational executive to partner with users of OpenLearning.
This is a FREE event. Please thank ACU (www.acu.edu.au) – maybe by a nice social post – who are our co-hosts and have been sponsoring this EdTech series for a few years now.
MORE ABOUT THE ACU’s WORK IN THIS SPACE
Ground Floor, room 533.G.10, 33 Berry Street North Sydney 2060 – https://www.acu.edu.au/locations/community-event-spaces-and-venue-hire/
ACU (http://www.acu.edu.au/collaborateplus) holds a leadership position in education research and innovation.
They offer a number of education opportunities around innovation and entrepreneurship, and in 2017 launched ACU Collaborate Plus (http://www.acu.edu.au/collaborateplus), ACU’s entrepreneurship hubs for startups and small-medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
The North Sydney & Strathfield spaces provide a flexible, creative and inclusive area for students, staff, alumni, startups and SMEs who are working on an innovative startup, project or business idea. And is currently available at no fee! The project is supported by NSW Department of Industry’s Boosting Business Innovation grants.