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Lessons Learned from Indigenous Australians and Digital Transformation

Keynote address at the ICT4AD IN NOVEMBER 2024


Lemuria Carter is the Deputy Dean of the Business School at the University of Sydney. She is also a Professor in the Discipline of Business Information Systems.  She has a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems and Decision Sciences from Virginia State University (USA). She has a Master’s and Doctoral degree in Accounting and Information Systems from Virginia Tech (USA). Before moving to Australia, Dr. Carter served as the Department Chair for Information Systems at Virginia Commonwealth University.   She has industry experience with several Fortune 500 companies, including IBM and Pfizer. Her research interests include technology adoption, digital government and information privacy.

        During her academic career, Professor Carter has received awards for excellence in teaching, research and service. She has been recognized as one of the top 30 most prolific contributors to e-government research.  Her research has been funded by the Institute for Homeland Security Solutions and the Southeastern Transportation Institute in the United States.  In 2019, she was recognised for co-authoring the most highly cited paper in the prestigious Information Systems Journal. In 2021, she co-authored a paper titled « Privacy Concerns and Digital Government: Exploring Citizen Willingness to Adopt the COVIDSafe App » which was published in the European Journal of Information Systems and later included in the World Health Organisation (WHO) library of global literature on COVID. In 2023, her co-authored Editorial exploring multidisciplinary perspectives opportunities and challenges of generative AI was cited in a 2023 European Parliament Report.

Dr. Carter has been an active member of the community. She has served as a member of the Concord Rotary club, a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters and a board member for Habitat for Humanity.