Katherine Corich is the founder and Chair of the Sysdoc Group, a Business Transformation services company with operations in 4 countries. Under Katherine’s leadership, Sysdoc has grown into a global business delivering business change programmes for Jaguar Land Rover, McLaren, Associated British Ports, National Australia Bank and Chevron. Katherine also invests in disruptive and digital companies: My Wave, Virgil and Biotelliga. A recipient of several awards, Katherine has been twice awarded the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. (Finance, Services & Arts (2003) and Master Entrepreneur (2010)). She won Aveeno Business Women of the Year and was a finalist in the UK National Business Awards. She was named 2015 UK New Zealander of the Year and in 2016, won a Flying Kiwi award and was inducted into the NZ Hi Tech Hall of Fame. Katherine’s leadership of Performance-based Philanthropy, including a major current project designed to increase child protection and reduce child abuse, is ground breaking. Testimony to this is that the charity which she chairs has been selected as the Rio 2016 Olympic Legacy project. Sysdoc has twice been in the Top 30 companies in Britain for Best Practices for Working Families (2011 and 2015).