ICT Committee Members


Joanna Field (Chair)

Joanna is a manager with an outstanding track record of business performance, customer relations, strategic leadership and long term planning.  Her career in the IT industry has been long (21 years), 17 years with Telstra starting as a Kelly's agency employee doing data entry and moving through the business to finish as Group Manager Service Relationship before leaving in 2011 to take up a position with Dimension Data.

As Field Services Manager Joanna is responsible for leading a team of technical resources in the delivery of Professional Services.  These services comprise a complex array of Security & Contact Centre solutions into client environments including Banking & Finance, Government, Corporate, Insurance and Councils to name a few.

Joanna is very passionate about developing our future leaders and is doing this through the graduate program.  This program is well viewed and supported by the business.  Joanna also takes a lot of pride in delivering customer service excellence and thrives on customer centric roles.



Rebecca Langdon 

Working collaboratively with partners, colleagues and clients, Bec creates partnerships built on trust and value.  With enthusiasm to achieve great outcomes, Bec searches for mutually beneficial solutions by not taking no for an answer.  For 18 years, Bec has been building a successful reputation as an ICT specialist and skilled account manager through creating supportive networks, education and a persistent attitude.  Achieving an MBA majoring in Project Management and a Master of Business and Innovation underway, Bec has the technical business knowledge to support her vast experience.  With an engaging disposition, Bec has excellent communication skills to engage with all personality types and generations.

Experienced and comfortable in leadership positions, Bec is currently President Elect with the Rotary Club of South Brisbane, an active member of Women in Technology (WiT) ICT Committee and a valued member of the Community Plus+ Management Committee.  Her commitment to community is demonstrated by active involvement as a Pyjama Angel (Pyjama Foundation 2009 – Current), Boarders Breakfast volunteer (West End Community House 2014 – Current), ABCN Mentor to students (2014 – Current) and Habitat for Humanity building homes (India 2010 and Vietnam 2011).




Penelope Holder       

Penelope is a dedicated professional and team leader, passionate about collaborative working environments, excellent team culture and consistently improving personal and team performance.  She has a strong customer focus and unwavering commitment to delivering public value through high quality government.  She is a natural communicator and has the ability to build strong relationships within a diverse network of internal and external stakeholders.   Penelope is extremely passionate about the health sector and am completing a Bachelor of Public Health at Queensland University of Technology and is driven to make a positive contribution to the Queensland’s Public Health system to address community need and realise the vision for better health care for Queenslanders. 


Elena Schamp

Elena is an accomplished technology transformation leader with a strong background in ICT management and consulting. She has more than 15 years’ experience in leveraging technology to drive business value through large-scale ICT initiatives that reduce costs, improve customer experience and streamline operations. With a career spanning a diverse range of industries including technology consulting/strategy, mining, government and consumer goods she is a pragmatic, results-focused leader who is comfortable operating in multi-national corporation as well as in smaller organisations. Elena currently leads a global Information Systems team with a key focus on systems integration, business process reengineering and the more strategic topics of IT architecture transformation and security compliance.

Elena enjoys mentoring and developing people empowering them to achieve their personal best and she is committed to making a difference for the coming generations of female tech leaders.



Sue Anderson

Sue is an enthusiastic, energetic individual who is a customer service devotee and committed to driving positive outcomes.  Her IT career spans 20 years beginning in a retail mobile sales role; the last 14 have been focused on ITSM in Managed Services organisations. 

Sue is currently working as a Senior Service Delivery Manager at Datacom, acting as the operational lead centred on service management, governance, continuous service improvement and customer satisfaction.  Her ability to immerse herself in any project to quickly define the current strengths, weaknesses and produce a roadmap to success allows Sue to provide value early in any engagement.

Sue is always keen to tackle any challenge and devoted to promoting a positive, constructive team culture to ensure mutually beneficial relationships.



Jaclyn Bahr

Graduating from University with a Bachelor of Law and Business, Jaclyn began working as a graduate for the Queensland Government. Following the graduate program Jaclyn secured a positon within the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation as a Commercial Officer, and has had the opportunity to be involved in major ICT Government projects, such as the 1 William Street program.

Jaclyn is hard working, displays very high attention to detail and always approaches tasks with an enthusiastic attitude. She has the ability to form, grow and foster relationships with those around her. Building and maintaining strong working relationships is one of her greatest strengths.



Christie Green

Christie is a client focused and results driven commercial advisor with technical skill-set spanning ICT, procurement and commercial law.

Christie is passionate about client service and delivery.  She identifies opportunities and collaboratively executes approaches to provide value and measureable outcomes in a timely manner.  Christie is an open, honest and articulate communicator with strong stakeholder engagement skills.  She is also passionate about digital disruption and the corresponding challenges for clients and the ICT industry. 

Christie is committed to championing both current and future ICT professionals generally and through the Step Up Program.  As a new member to the ICT Committee, Christie is keen to expand her network, share and execute new ideas and encourage innovative thinking.

Tiffany Guan

Tiffany is currently in her third year of a Bachelor of Software Engineering at Griffith University. Always up for a challenge, she is undertaking a project with the CSIRO to develop a showcasing Virtual Reality experience, applying her efforts to the analysis, development, quality and configuration management project activities.
She is passionate about the cause for women in STEM, and has organised her own primary and high school talks through Griffith’s own Women in Engineering Leadership Program. After discovering WiT through the 2016 STEMed fest, she has become involved in the organisation through attending and volunteering at events. With her position on the committee, she aims to provide a different perspective and increase the diversity of WiT’s outreach, encouraging other young tech professionals to become proactive within WiT too.


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