Our Keynote Speakers

Jeremy Chetty

Jeremy is a sought-after speaker, a big voice and a champion for spreading good news about how entrepreneurship is the key to living a life most dream of having.

Dr Anna Denejkina

Anna is passionate about research, innovation, methods and ethic, and achieving real impact through research-informed decision making.

Toni Cundy

Toni is passionate about using insights to tell the true story about Gen Z and Gen Alpha, without the stereotypes.

Meet Jeremy Chetty

Jeremy Chetty, Co-Founder of Student Edge, champions student empowerment by offering savings, job opportunities, and career guidance through a vibrant student community.


As an Entrepreneur in Residence at Murdoch University, the Stephen Michael Foundation, and Spacecubed, Jeremy is deeply involved in nurturing entrepreneurship.


He established the Young Entrepreneurs Showcase, part of West Tech Fest in 2022 to foster the next generation of innovators.


Jeremy’s commitment to community service extends to providing guidance and support to various organizations, including CQU University, Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, and the Australian Airforce Cadets.

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Past Speaking Engagements


Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship Gala New York City


National Principals Conference Brisbane


National Indigenous Summer School Camp


Young Entrepreneurs Showcase


BOP Next Generation Awards

St Hildas Teaching & Learning Summit

Key Topics Jeremy Can Speak On

Millennials & The Next Generation

Understanding today’s young people and why it’s important to empower them into the future.

Innovative Culture

How to build an organization that makes innovation its core.

Entrepreneurial Mindset

Why it matters to all organizations.

Immigrant Entrepreneurship

The untapped potential of starting a business in a new country.

Power of Networking

How to build a network from nothing and create long lasting relationships.

Have a Career with Purpose

How to discover your gift and live a life with purpose.

Intrapreneur Vs Entrepreneur

Debunking the myths and why it’s important to our community.

Micro entrepreneurship

Why our future is looking bright for graduates.

Six Steps to Start Up

 How to turn your idea into reality.

Meet Dr Anna Denejkina

Dr. Anna Denejkina is an award-winning interdisciplinary researcher with a PhD in the Social Sciences from the University of Technology Sydney.


With over a decade of research experience, she specialises in mixed-methods research and has a strong publication record in international scientific journals and books.


Her research focuses on youth across various sectors like health, arts, higher education, government, and more.


She strongly advocates for a people-first approach in research, believing that understanding individual human experiences is crucial for meaningful insights, outcomes, and impact.


Past Speaking Engagements


Community table discussion: LGBTQIA+ Community, Considerations and Issues in Higher Education and Employment

LEAD Leadership Program, Western Sydney University, Virtual 

Things you should know going into Health and Research career: Experiences and Insights from Industry Leaders

Golden Key International Honour Society, Western Sydney University Chapter, Western Sydney University, Virtual 

Trauma Responsive Coaching for Children’s Sport

Research Week 2021, Western Sydney University, Virtual

Creating Safe Spaces, Macarthur Wingecarribee Diversity Network IDAHOBIT Panel

Headspace Campbelltown with Camden Council, Western Sydney University (Rainbow Western), The Y NSW (Infinity Network) and Youth Action, Julia Reserve Youth & Community Centre, Oran Park, Sydney, Australia

Moving Ourselves and Our Research Beyond the Academy

School of Social Sciences Higher Degree By Research (HDR) Conference, What Now, What Next for the Social Sciences?, Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia

Voice of Western (VOW) through data unlinkability: Setting the agenda for better equity & inclusion of Western staff and students with diverse genders, sexualities & sex characteristics

Things that flow: an evening of presentations from LGBTIQA+ researchers and practitioners, UTS LGBTIQA+ Research & Practice Network, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Key Topics Anna Can Speak On

  • Mental health and wellbeing
  • Gen Z and youth
  • Generative AI
  • Research methods and ethics
  • LGBTQIA+ advocacy
  • Inter-disciplinary research
  • Career pathways for research candidates

Meet Toni Cundy

Toni is a dualist researcher (qualitative and quantitative) with almost a decade of research experience.


She has a passion for youth culture and education and loves to help people understand what it means to be a young person or student in today’s complex world, whether that’s Gen Z or Gen Alpha.


She also regularly works on projects to understand the views of young people’s influencers and role models.

Toni’s clients range from global brands such as Apple, Samsung and Logitech, charities, such as R U OK?, universities, edutech brands and government departments.

Toni was on the Significant Insights Global 30 Under 30 list in 2022. She has the Market Research Society Advanced Certificate qualification (MRS, UK) along with a Mini-MBA in Marketing (Marketing Weekly).

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Past Speaking Engagements


Youth Marketing Australia, 2021


Youth Marketing Australia, 2022

Surf Live Saving Australia Annual Conference, 2022

Key Topics Toni Can Speak On

  • Youth trends
  • Youth in STEM
  • Gen Z
  • Gen Alpha
  • Youth mental health and wellbeing
  • Youth and Technology

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