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Alisa Camplin AM

Key Points

  • As Australia's first female Winter Olympic gold medalist Alisa Camplin AM famously landed a spectacular triple twisting double somersault at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics just six weeks after breaking her ankles.
  • Alisa won two Olympic Medals, a World Championships Title, two back-to-back World Cup Grand Prix Championships and 19 World Cup Podium finishes, all while maintaining an international professional career with IBM.
  • Alisa has an in-depth understanding of the IT Industry having worked globally with IBM for 16 years. She’s set the strategy and directed transformations for an $800M global IT services business and led $200M+ businesses to year on year double digit growth in mature or declining markets.
  • Alisa runs her own consulting business from Hong Kong, where she currently lives with her husband and 2 children. She assists both small and large organisations to achieve repeatable sustainable success through a focus on resilience, mindset and improved human performance.
  • Alisa, in partnership with insurance industry giant, AIA Vitality Australia, created the Alisa Camplin Workplace Resilience Toolkit (launched in October 2020) to make the “practical” more accessible to a worldwide audience by providing simple, implementable ways to build personal and professional skills that will elevate wellbeing and enable sustainable growth and performance.
  • Alisa sits on the Board and Audit Committees of many high profile organisations, including the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia. She was Deputy-Chair of Sport Australia (Australian Sports Commission), Chair of the Australian Sports Foundation.
  • Alisa is the first ever Patron of Women’s Sport for the Collingwood Football Club, where she was a Director for 10 years. She is also a member of faculty at the Cranlana Centre of Ethical Leadership and holds an Honorary Doctorate from Edith Cowen University.
  • Alisa was the Australian Olympic Committee's Chef de Mission for the 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games teams, the Performance Manager for the 2018 Australian Olympic Winter Team and is currently working with the 2022 Australian Olympic Winter Team for Beijing
  • Alisa was a primetime reporter for the Nine Network’s coverage of the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games and co-hosted the Ten Network’s coverage of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. She now regularly appears as an expert commentator and thought leader in major publications, podcasts and TV media discussing sport, performance, resilience and wellbeing.
  • Alisa and her husband Oliver founded the charity “Finnan’s Gift” in 2011 after their first born son Finnan died of a Congenital Heart Disease at 10 days old. To date, Finnan’s Gift has raised over $2.5M dollars in support of paediatric cardiac care in Australia.

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