Caleb Rixon - Chairperson

Caleb is a major stroke survivor plus the Founder and Chief Vision Officer for genyus network. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and a Master of Film and Television from Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) Film School.

Caleb Rixon - Chairperson

Caleb works in a variety of roles, including consultation for Deakin University Sexual Lives Respectful Relationships program (A/Prof Patsie Frawley, Dr Amie O’Shea), Accessible Inclusive Geelong - a feasibility study (Christine Couzens MP / Victorian Government), NOVELL Redesign (Prof. Julie Bernhardt) and Stroke Foundation - Young Stroke Project (Jude Czerenkowski, Lisa Murphy). He has received the Creative Award from the Stroke Foundation, and he was a finalist in the "Big Ideas Forum" at CHF Shifting Gears Summit 2021. Caleb has delivered events for the research, education and healthcare sectors including La Trobe, ACU and Monash Universi4es (Prof. Natasha Lannin), Stroke Founda4on and The Florey Ins4tute of Neuroscience & Mental Health (Prof. Julie Bernhardt). Keynote and other presentaDons include Hunter Medical Research Ins4tute (HMRI), Na4onal Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), STROKE 2018, Occupa4onal Therapy Australia, Australasian Society for the Study of Brain impairment (ASSBI), BUPA (Prof. Jane Burns), L’Oréal Australia, Health Informa4cs Conference 2020, Australasian Ins4tute of Digital Health - Digital Health Summit 2020. Later this year, Caleb is facilitaDng Living Expert panels for Inspired Insights for Brighter Futures virtual conference for OT Australia and ASSBI Online Webinar Series plus presenDng in partnership with Prof. Natasha Lannin for Fresh Voices in Brain Impairment to kick off the 6th Pacific Rim Conference.
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Ian Rixon - Finance Director

Caleb is a major stroke survivor plus the Founder and Chief Vision Officer for genyus network. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and a Master of Film and Television from Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) Film School.

Caleb Rixon - Chairperson

Caleb works in a variety of roles, including consultation for Deakin University Sexual Lives Respectful Relationships program (A/Prof Patsie Frawley, Dr Amie O’Shea), Accessible Inclusive Geelong - a feasibility study (Christine Couzens MP / Victorian Government), NOVELL Redesign (Prof. Julie Bernhardt) and Stroke Foundation - Young Stroke Project (Jude Czerenkowski, Lisa Murphy). He has received the Creative Award from the Stroke Foundation, and he was a finalist in the "Big Ideas Forum" at CHF Shifting Gears Summit 2021. Caleb has delivered events for the research, education and healthcare sectors including La Trobe, ACU and Monash Universi4es (Prof. Natasha Lannin), Stroke Founda4on and The Florey Ins4tute of Neuroscience & Mental Health (Prof. Julie Bernhardt). Keynote and other presentaDons include Hunter Medical Research Ins4tute (HMRI), Na4onal Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), STROKE 2018, Occupa4onal Therapy Australia, Australasian Society for the Study of Brain impairment (ASSBI), BUPA (Prof. Jane Burns), L’Oréal Australia, Health Informa4cs Conference 2020, Australasian Ins4tute of Digital Health - Digital Health Summit 2020. Later this year, Caleb is facilitaDng Living Expert panels for Inspired Insights for Brighter Futures virtual conference for OT Australia and ASSBI Online Webinar Series plus presenDng in partnership with Prof. Natasha Lannin for Fresh Voices in Brain Impairment to kick off the 6th Pacific Rim Conference.
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Richard Carr - Accountant

Caleb is a major stroke survivor plus the Founder and Chief Vision Officer for genyus network. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and a Master of Film and Television from Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) Film School.

Caleb Rixon - Chairperson

Caleb works in a variety of roles, including consultation for Deakin University Sexual Lives Respectful Relationships program (A/Prof Patsie Frawley, Dr Amie O’Shea), Accessible Inclusive Geelong - a feasibility study (Christine Couzens MP / Victorian Government), NOVELL Redesign (Prof. Julie Bernhardt) and Stroke Foundation - Young Stroke Project (Jude Czerenkowski, Lisa Murphy). He has received the Creative Award from the Stroke Foundation, and he was a finalist in the "Big Ideas Forum" at CHF Shifting Gears Summit 2021. Caleb has delivered events for the research, education and healthcare sectors including La Trobe, ACU and Monash Universi4es (Prof. Natasha Lannin), Stroke Founda4on and The Florey Ins4tute of Neuroscience & Mental Health (Prof. Julie Bernhardt). Keynote and other presentaDons include Hunter Medical Research Ins4tute (HMRI), Na4onal Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), STROKE 2018, Occupa4onal Therapy Australia, Australasian Society for the Study of Brain impairment (ASSBI), BUPA (Prof. Jane Burns), L’Oréal Australia, Health Informa4cs Conference 2020, Australasian Ins4tute of Digital Health - Digital Health Summit 2020. Later this year, Caleb is facilitaDng Living Expert panels for Inspired Insights for Brighter Futures virtual conference for OT Australia and ASSBI Online Webinar Series plus presenDng in partnership with Prof. Natasha Lannin for Fresh Voices in Brain Impairment to kick off the 6th Pacific Rim Conference.
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Ashleigh Wall - Lawyer

Caleb is a major stroke survivor plus the Founder and Chief Vision Officer for genyus network. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and a Master of Film and Television from Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) Film School.

Caleb Rixon - Chairperson

Caleb works in a variety of roles, including consultation for Deakin University Sexual Lives Respectful Relationships program (A/Prof Patsie Frawley, Dr Amie O’Shea), Accessible Inclusive Geelong - a feasibility study (Christine Couzens MP / Victorian Government), NOVELL Redesign (Prof. Julie Bernhardt) and Stroke Foundation - Young Stroke Project (Jude Czerenkowski, Lisa Murphy). He has received the Creative Award from the Stroke Foundation, and he was a finalist in the "Big Ideas Forum" at CHF Shifting Gears Summit 2021. Caleb has delivered events for the research, education and healthcare sectors including La Trobe, ACU and Monash Universi4es (Prof. Natasha Lannin), Stroke Founda4on and The Florey Ins4tute of Neuroscience & Mental Health (Prof. Julie Bernhardt). Keynote and other presentaDons include Hunter Medical Research Ins4tute (HMRI), Na4onal Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA), STROKE 2018, Occupa4onal Therapy Australia, Australasian Society for the Study of Brain impairment (ASSBI), BUPA (Prof. Jane Burns), L’Oréal Australia, Health Informa4cs Conference 2020, Australasian Ins4tute of Digital Health - Digital Health Summit 2020. Later this year, Caleb is facilitaDng Living Expert panels for Inspired Insights for Brighter Futures virtual conference for OT Australia and ASSBI Online Webinar Series plus presenDng in partnership with Prof. Natasha Lannin for Fresh Voices in Brain Impairment to kick off the 6th Pacific Rim Conference.
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