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Queensland Government Digital Strategy Launch

Wednesday, 06 September 2017


MARGOT FURLONGER | margot@holymackerel.com.au

Price Member: $FREE

Price Non-Member:  $FREE


Join us as Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy Leeanne Enoch launches the Queensland Government’s digital strategy, DIGITAL1ST: Advancing our digital future.


This strategy will position Queensland as a leader in digital government, by thinking beyond technology and focusing on people. Be the first to learn how this strategy will shape the future of business and industry in Queensland and how we can work together to deliver the best benefits for Queenslanders.


7.30am     Registration and stand up buffet breakfast
8.00am     Launch of State Government Digital Strategy
8.30am     Further networking
9.00am     Finish


Tickets for this event are free, however it is essential that you book due to capped numbers for this event, and so that your name is on the guest list at the door. A wait list will be available once all tickets have been booked.  For AIIA members booking tickets, there is no need to log in. Please choose non-member ticket.


The Hon. Leeanne Enoch MP

Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and Minister for Small Business


As the first member of her family to graduate from university, Minister Leeanne Enoch developed a life-long commitment to education early in her life. She spent more than a decade as a high school teacher, working in a number of schools in South-East Queensland and in East London, where her passion for community development and social justice grew stronger. After leaving teaching, Minister Enoch held senior roles in local and state government leading the development and implementation of policies to support some of Queensland’s most at-risk families. Minister Enoch worked for the Australian Red Cross for almost seven years in leadership roles at the state and national level guiding humanitarian policy and programs to improve the lives of Australia’s most vulnerable.


She is a proud Quandamooka woman from North Stradbroke Island. She has two sons. When Minister Enoch won the seat of Algester in the 2015 Election, she became the first Aboriginal woman to be elected to Queensland Parliament. As a Member of the Queensland Cabinet, Minister Enoch previously held portfolio responsibility for Housing and Public Works, Science and Innovation. Minister Enoch is currently the Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy and Minister for Small Business.

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