Rhonda has a Bachelor of Science in Speech Pathology and a Specialist Certificate in Neuroscience Research. Starting in 1990, and now celebrating 28 years of meeting individual needs.
West Gippsland Speech Pathology, located in Morwell, was Rhonda’s first business. The practice started at a half-day a fortnight, now Bellfield Speech Pathology has grown with a team of twelve operating a six room customised clinic in Warragul.
More than 4,000 families and 29 schools have received support and assistance from Bellfield Speech Pathology.
Rhonda has four grown children and now has two beautiful granddaughters. Rhonda shares the experience of all parents and grandparents who wish for the best possible educational outcomes for their children and grandchildren.
Shortlisted Telstra Business Woman of the Year, Shae Wissell is a passionate dyslexic advocate. She is a qualified Speech Pathologist with a master’s degree in Public Health and Health Administration.
Over the last 13 years, Shae has worked extensively in the health sector as a clinician and manager. She has worked on major Federal and State health projects, within the Not-For-Profit and Community sector and more recently has been working and connecting with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Communities to improve their access to health care services.
In 2015, Shae established the Dear Dyslexic Foundation where she is the CEO and Managing Director. Shae is also a Doctoral Candidate researching the social and emotional wellbeing of those with dyslexia in the workplace and how they can be better supported through improved HR practices.
PhD Computer Science, PhD Math, Gilles brings over 30 years experience in artificial intelligence with countless publications to his name. He is also Professor of Computer Sciences at Toulouse University (France)
From 2004 till 2013, he has also worked on a consultancy basis with the British Institute of Technology and E-commerce, as Head of innovation and technology in partnership with University of East London (London-UK).
CIO & Co-founder at Dystech he is now focus on developing a new assessment tool for dyslexia using Artificial Intelligence techniques.