Alisa Camplin

by Aquatic Recreation Institute on April 11, 2024


Succeeding against the Odds

About Alisa

Best known for winning Australia’s first ever Winter Olympic Gold Medal in Freestyle Aerial Skiing in 2002, Alisa Camplin is a respected leader in Australian business, sports administration and corporate governance. She spent 16 years as a global executive with IBM from 1996-2012, leading both Sales and Delivery teams across AUS/NZ and was head of Strategy & Transformation for IBM Global Technology Services UK & Ireland.

Today, Alisa is a highly experienced Non-Executive Director working across the sectors of Sport, Health, Government, Education and Philanthropy. She’s an in-demand keynote speaker and corporate consultant, assisting both small and large organisations to achieve repeatable sustainable success through a focus on resilience, mindset and improved human performance.

Alisa holds a Bachelor of Information Technology and a Doctorate from Edith Cowan University honoris causa, she’s a Member of the Order of Australia and co-founder of Charity Finnan’s Gift.

Alisa works closely with a large network of academics, behavioural scientists and psychologists around the world to bring evidenced based tools and techniques to help one and all achieve greater human potential.