Selena Fisk has 16 years of teaching experience in both state and private schools in Queensland, Australia, as well as in comprehensive schools in South London, England. During this time, she has held a range of leadership roles, including learning area-specific leadership (physical education, mathematics and science) and whole-school curriculum and pedagogy (in Catholic identity, student data and performance, and leading learning, data and curriculum change) – all of which have strengthened her passion for viewing students as individuals who need adults to fiercely advocate for them and see what they are capable of. Following the completion of her doctoral thesis in 2017, Selena started her school data consultancy practice, Aasha for Schools. As a speaker and facilitator, Selena works with schools, leaders and regions to develop data-informed strategies for schools, leadership teams and teachers. Her goal is to help teachers and school leaders see the inherent good that data can bring, as well as the benefits of using data to develop thriving learning communities. In 2019, Selena published her first book, Using and Analysing Data in Australian Schools: Why, How and What, and her second book Leading Data-informed Change in Schools will be released early 2020 by Hawker Brownlow Education. She was recognised as an ACEL ‘New Voice’ Scholar in Educational Leadership Research in 2019.