The Australian Leaders Lounge


Episode 2.01 - 2019 New Voice Scholars
The 2019 New Voice Scholarship Recipients sit down with ACEL CEO Aasha Murthy to present their “voice” in our special panel discussion.

Episode 2.02 - ACEL Academic Advisory Committee
The Educator Editor Brett Henebery Hosts a roundtable discussion with the ACEL Academic Advisory Committee.

Episode 2.03 - Tony Jones and John Marsden
Tony Jones sits down with John Marsden. Australian author who has sold over five million books worldwide, and winner of every major award in Australia for young people’s fiction.

Episode 2.04 - Alma Harris
Leading global expert, author and educator - Dr Alma Harris Opens ACEL National Conference Day 3 with her keynote address on Equity and Excellence.

Episode 2.05 - Todd Whitaker
Dr Todd Whitaker presents in Australia for the first time – opening ACEL National Conference with his keynote address “What Great Leaders do Differently”

Episode 2.06 - Martin Westwell
Professor Martin Westwell delvers this years “William Walker Oration” at the 2019 ACEL National Conference: Vision and Voice.

Episode 2.07 - Interactive Symposium Panel
Michele Simmons, Jenny Atta, Greg Whitby and Tony Cook at the inaugural Interactive Symposium Panel at the 2019 ACEL National Conference : Vision and Voice

Episode 2.08 - Victoria Brownlee
Leading Educational Consultant Victoria Brownlee presents “Leading by Learning” keynote address at the 2019 ACEL National Conference: Vision and Voice


Episode 1.01 - 2018 New Voice Scholars Perspectives
2018 New Voice Scholarship Recipents Chris Bradbury, Madeline Pugin, Karthika Viknarash, Caitlin Munday & Christopher Rayner sit down with ACEL CEO Aasha Murthy to present their “voice” in our special panel discussion.

Episode 1.02 - Bryan Goodwin & Elizabeth Ross Hubbell
Sophie Murphy sits down with McRel CEO Bryan Goodwin and Elizabeth Ross Hubbell at National Conference 2018 in a special interview

Episode 1.03 - Lyn Sharratt
Sophie Murphy sits down with Lyn Sharratt to discuss her work, her book and point of view ahead of her leadership workshop this May.

Episode 1.04 - Evonne Cawley
Australian Icon, Legend and Inspiration sits down with ACEL’s Sophie Murphy to reflect on a life and career that has inspired and set the example across Australia and the world.

Episode 1.05 - Alex Rance
All Australian, Richmond Vice Captain and Founder of The Academy – Australian sports icon Alex Rance sits down with Sophie Murphy to discuss his career journey that led him to AFL greatness but also to his passion to provide the support for the next generation of starts as founder of The Academy.

Episode 1.06 - John Hattie
Professor John Hattie sits down for a 1 on 1 interview with Sophie Murphy.

Episode 1.07 - Danielle Binks & Katrina Nannestad
Australian Author’s are spotlight as Danielle Binks & Katrina Nannestad sit down with Sophie Murphy to discuss their passion for Australian Youth Literature, their inspiration and live of the genre and the important role the book still plays in a student’s life.

Episode 1.08 - Alice Kolb & David Kolb
Aasha Murthy sits down with Alice Kolb & David Kolb to discuss Experience Based Learning Systems (EBLS) a research and development organization devoted to research and application of experiential learning in organizations worldwide.

Episode 1.09 - Jackie French AM
Jackie French AM is one of Australia’s best loved authors, with over 60 national and international awards, as well as a historian, ecologist, and dyslexic. She is passionate about the right of every child to read, and the power of story to change lives.

Episode 1.10 - Barbara Blackburn
Dr Barbara Blackburn presents a webinar where she discussed her new books “7 Strategies for Improving Your School” and “Money For Good Grades and Other Myths”.