Ikram Akbar is the founder and CEO of Hackersjack, a platform that provides interactive and in-depth cyber security training to kids. Hackersjack provides a complete solution to the cyber well-being of kids.
He particularly takes pride in successfully building and directing highly skilled teams in designing and implementing integrated solutions across diverse enterprises.
Ikram is a graduate in Mathematics, Statistics, Computing, and Cyber Security and keen on learning and employing cutting-edge technologies to achieve business objectives and create a competitive edge. He is very passionate about the scope of startups in the education technology landscape. Driven by a hunger for knowledge, he has a special interest in Blockchain technology.
Retired federal law enforcement executive with the United States Secret Service for 30 years with extensive experience in strategic planning and executing operations in support of protective, investigative and cyber missions.
Expert in critical infrastructure protection and security with recognized success in coordinating and leading activities in support of reducing vulnerabilities to and consequences of terrorist attacks and natural disasters as well as increasing the resilience of critical assets and systems.
Proven leader with a strong record of building and strengthening teams, successfully partnering across organizations, conducting thorough analysis, communicating effectively and persuading others, and implementing meaningful change.
Member of the Senior Executive Service (SES). Active Top Secret/SCI Security Clearance.
Michelle Harris has been a practising registered psychologist since 1993, specialising in treating eating disorders, weight loss, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). She has been actively involved in the Eating Disorders Foundation of Victoria (EDFV), and was the president of the EDFV. In addition, Michelle specialises in treating survivors of sexual abuse and treating people coping with cancer. Her other specialist areas include post-natal depression, dealing with the process of IVF, anxiety and phobias, sports performance, pain management, anxiety, Misophonia and bullying.
Michelle uses client centred/solutions-oriented focus. She works with a systemic approach looking at all factors within a person's life that they can alter to provide themselves with a better outcome.
Dr. McFarlane has worked in both infant, child and adolescent and adult settings. Dr. McFarlane began her career at St Vincent's Hospital Acute Adult Inpatient Unit. Since that time, she has worked as a Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychologist at the Austin Hospital Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service and The Alfred Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (including the Alfred Infant Team). She has also worked as a Senior Clinical Psychologist at the Monash Medical Centre for the Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry Team in paediatrics.
Dr. McFarlane has a special interest in anxiety and developmental trauma as well as post-traumatic stress disorder, attachment focused parenting across childhood and adolescence. She also has a special interest in working with infants.
Leigh Nesbitt is the head of school engagement for Hackersjack, an interactive training platform dedicated to providing the keys to our future generation's online safety.
With more than 15 years of marketing and engagement experience, he has trained and mentored many successful teams. Growing their sales volume, Improving Sales Gross and exceeding Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) against Manufacturer's targets.
Resourceful, energetic 'hands on' team leader, who communicates effectively with colleagues to strengthen group performance, improve CSI, and achieve budget targets.
Bilal Khalid is a full-stack developer with 10+ years of experience in the complete lifecycle of project/product development. He brings wide-ranging technological expertise and experience in software development to the team. He has significant experience heading teams specialized in both front and back-end engineering.
Constantly striving to learn new skills, he is passionate about working hand in hand with developers and users to produce requirements and specifications that accurately reflect business needs and are technologically achievable. He has a keen eye for opportunities to improve processes to deliver projects in time.
Joham Kahlid is an open-minded UI/UX Human-Centered designer and problem solver. She tackles a problem by taking a first-principle, cross-disciplinary approach to understanding and solving it. She has experience building a foundation in empathising with users, designing and engineering complex solutions, and creating the business case to bring concepts to life.
More than 4+ years of experience, her goal is to provide you the best design with the best user experience.