The Ambassador Program is a great way to get involved and be part of the EduTECH brand.


EduTECH ambassadors are volunteers who are passionate about EduTECH and want to share their enthusiasm with their large professional and social networks.


As an ambassador, you will encourage your colleagues, friends, and networks to come along and experience EduTECH for themselves. EduTECH offers insightful content, whirlwind learning adventures, practical takeaways and prizes/giveaways for everyone who attends!


If you are a passionate, excited and enthusiastic individual who believes in the EduTECH brand, apply to be an EduTECH Ambassador today!



Why become an EduTECH Ambassador?

  • Share your passion and experience with others, and be rewarded for it
  • A chance to network and get in touch with old colleagues, new friends and brand new connections in education
  • Receive an exclusive VIP status/pass to EduTECH and access to EduTECH's official Gala Dinner
  • Potential to earn a financial incentive
  • Recognition as a VIP EduTECH ambassador at the event and the EduTECH website


How to become an EduTECH Ambassador and how it works

Share a unique code with any of your friends, colleagues or connections and get them to join you at EduTECH. It's as simple as that!

Get over 10 delegates to register for EduTECH and you will receive a VIP status/pass to EduTECH and recognition on the event website as an EduTECH ambassador.

Get over 15 delegates to use your code and there is a potential to earn a financial incentive. Further details will be provided.

If you would like to be an EduTECH Ambassador, please email Vivian Ng, Marketing Manager of EduTECH at



Introducing EduTECH's Ambassadors!



Brendan Mitchell


Teacher and Blogger

An early-career teacher currently teaching at Point Clare PS, Brendan is an active EduTwitter user and maintains a website to share his pedagogical reflections and flipped professional learning videos. His interests are in flipped learning, using technology as a purposeful tool in the classroom and developing his pedagogical practice in this early stage of his career.


Alfina Jackson


Year 2 Teacher & Coordinator

Alfina is a primary teacher for Sydney Catholic Schools with a passion for the Early Years and ICT integration. She is a literacy and numeracy coordinator at Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Primary School North Strathfield, a contemporary school it it's third year. Alfina is a Google Certified Innovator and ClassDojo Australian Ambassador. In 2016, she was named by the Flipped Learning Global Initiative as one of the top 100 educators leading flipped learning worldwide.


James Gray


An enthusiastic teacher who has a desire to share, motivate and encourage. James is currently teaching at Lake Munmorah Public School as a part time classroom teacher and a off class future focused learning coach/mentor. His passion is implementing technology to improve student engagement and learning outcomes. In conjunction with providing professional learning to fellow educators thus building teacher capacity and a common language around the usage of technology.


Megan Urlichs



Megan has been teaching for 15+ years across all sectors of education. Coding, robotics and challenge based learning are passions that she has implemented within her classroom to foster a positive and challenging learning environment. Megan is currently working toward Google Certified Educator Certification with a goal to be an Innovator. She recently started Wyndham Teach, Connect Learn, a local Professional Learning Network (PLN), to provide professional learning and sharing amongst educators in the City of Wyndham (Victoria).


Mike Seymour


PhD Fellow and Researcher

Mike researches and lectures at the University of Sydney in the Business School. He has a background in the film and visual effects industry and is currently researching photorealistic digital humans for new types of Human Computer Interfaces. He also helps develop innovative new teaching tools such as AR applications, Creative Failure work case studies and mutli-path ‘Shadow Boxing’ interactive consulting case simulations.


Julian Ridden


eLearning Advocate & Open Educator

Julian is an avid educator and technologist who keynotes and runs workshops regularly at various events. He is passionate about open source, open education and methodologies to create more dynamic learning environments. He firmly believes in innovation and ensuring that technology is implemented in a way that supports teaching and learning while also making teachers’ lives easier.


Shane Abell


Learning Technology Coordinator

Shane is the Learning Technology Coordinator at St Mary's Catholic College Gateshead, passionately assisting to build teachers capacity and confidence in implementing technology in the classroom. Currently in his 25th year of teaching Science but his real passion is for STEM. The integrated STEM program is run as a Stage 5 elective course and has proven to be extremely successful and popular. Currently recognised as a Microsoft Innovative Expert Educator, he is a big fan of Onenote.


Brett Salakas


Educator (MYP), Founder #aussieED, Co-founder WorldSTEM

Brett is an international keynote speaker, an author, the founder of #aussieED and a moderator of multiple twitter chats. He is a Primary School teacher and Google Certified Innovator who, over the past 18 years, has taught in South East Asia and Australia in both public and independent schools. He is passionately committed to turning educational theory into real classroom practice. Brett is all about CONNECTION, COLLABORATION and INSPIRATION.


Al Kingsley


Group Managing Director

Al Kingsley is the Managing Director of NetSupport limited and its international subsidiary companies. Al has been instrumental in many of the key educational features within NetSupport’s Classroom and school-wide solutions and is passionate about delivering technology innovation to Teachers and Students. In addition to his responsibilities at NetSupport, Al is also Chair of a Multi Academy Trust covering all-through provision in Peterborough, is on the board of an LA infants school, chairs the city Governor leadership group as well as sits on the local authority scrutiny board for educational matters across the city.