Dr Simon Longstaff has been Executive Director of The Ethics Centre for 30 years, working across business, government and society. He has a PhD in philosophy from Cambridge University, is a Fellow of CPA Australia and of the Royal Society of NSW, and an Honorary Professor at ANU National Centre for Indigenous Studies. Simon was made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in 2013. Dr Katherine Hunt is a researcher and lecturer at Griffith University. She has worked as a financial adviser for five years and combines this with her education in Psychology, Finance, Law and Economics to design and implement curriculums which deliver the greatest possible impact. Katherine holds the following qualifications; BPsychSc, B Comm (Financial Planning), Honours in Finance (University Medal), PhD, JP (Qualified). Carolyn Tate spent her first 20 years of working life in the banking industry and the last 18 years as a freelance writer, educator and consultant. She has written four business books and one travel memoir, Unstuck in Provence. She is a founding member of Conscious Capitalism and her company is a Certified B Corporation. Carolyn specialises in researching and writing on subjects that will improve human and planetary conditions such as purpose, leadership, ethics and gender equality.