Scribe Gallery

Graphic Recording artist, Tatum Kenna, live illustrated important and topical sessions at the 2023 International Congress of Actuaries. Browse the live scribe recordings below.

Opening Keynote: Ring the Bell Twice for Change

Ring-the-Bell-Twice-for-Change-Dame-Inga Beale scribe recording

Professor Tim Flannery and the Serious Business of Climate Change

Professor Tim Flannery session scribe image

The Evolving Roles and Value of Actuaries

The evolving roles and valoue of actuaryes concurrent scribe recording

Customers: Trust Betrayed and Trust Regained

Customers_Trust Betrayed and Trust Regained_Image

Outcome Focused Analytics - Moving AI from the White Paper to the Board Paper

Outcomes Focused Analytics plenary session scribe recording

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Concurrent Three

External Challenges For The General Insurance Industry

External challenges for the General Insurance Industry

The Profession Around The World

The Profession Around the World concurrent session scribe recording

The Digital World and Life Insurance

Digital World and Life Insurance concurrent session scribe recording

Closing Keynote: Fireside Chat with Brothers Alan and Anthony Joyce

Alan Joyce Fireside Chat closing keynote session

Tatum Kenna

Graphic Recording | Strategic Visualisation  
President of Graphic Recorders Australia  
m. 0431444230 | e. | 
Instagram: Tatum.Kenna  
As one of Australia’s leading graphic recorders, Tatum is passionate about helping businesses bridge the gap between communication and comprehension through visualisation. By combining an expertise of artistry, business communications and synthesis, Tatum translates complex ideas into simple and compelling visuals in real time.  
With a bachelor's degree in business communications and over ten years’ experience, Tatum has captured conversations globally for leading organisations across industries in both the public and private sector.  
Tatum is active in developing the graphic recording industry and is currently serving as the President of Graphic Recorders Australia.