Maggie Whitnall

About Maggie Whitnall

Maggie has been a part of the .au community for 14 years, undertaking diverse roles spanning communications, business development and client services. Her extensive experience and knowledge of the .au domain namespace have led to her involvement in frequent auDA board and stakeholder presentations, international training and events in the ccTLD space and extensive industry research and reporting. She is also a strong advocate for diversity within the technology industry, playing an integral role in initiatives to support and encourage women undertaking ICT careers. Maggie is currently Senior Client Services Manager at AusRegistry and Managing Editor of AusRegistry’s quarterly magazine, Behind the Dot: State of the .au Domain.

Female founder Chloe Blattmann of RagTagd

In our 12th edition of Behind the Dot, we spoke to Marisa Warren, the CEO, Chair, and Founder of ELEVACAO Foundation. Marisa highlighted startup RagTagd and its co-founder Chloe Blattmann as a shining example of the organisations that have emerged from the program. RagTagd’s smart tags help parents find their child’s lost property at school. [...]

By | November 8th, 2017|News|

Australian Federal Police fight against Cybercrime

The following is an excerpt from edition 11 of Behind the Dot magazine.   Times are changing with respect to how Australia is responding to the severity and frequency of cybercrime. In April 2016, Prime Minister Turnbull released Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy, which aims to advance and protect Australia’s interests online. More recently, the Senate passed [...]

By | May 9th, 2017|News|

Why website accessibility makes business sense

With 18% of the Australian population living with some form of a disability, eliminating barriers to website accessibility remains a challenge. In this blog, AusRegistry’s Maggie Whitnall explores this important topic with the support of Gunela Astbrink from the Internet Society of Australia. Today marks an important day in the calendar for people living with [...]

By | December 3rd, 2013|News|