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Business, enterprise and technology


9.00 am - arrival
9.30 am - main ceremony
10.10 am - photo opportunity
10.30 am - event end

Guest speaker

Mali Isabel
Arabana and Kokatha artist

Mali Isabel is an Arabana and Kokatha artist, living and practising on Kaurna land (Adelaide), Australia.

In 2020, Mali graduated from a Bachelor of Arts (Primary Education) at Flinders University, before pursuing her career as a practising artist. Mali creates contemporary dot paintings using all colours of the rainbow to spread her message of positivity and equality. By combining her passions for education and painting, Mali hopes to achieve a greater understanding of culture and equity through her rainbow artworks.

Through her combination of traditional dot painting, her hallmark use of colour, and contemporary style, Mali creates bright and magical artworks that aim to spread joy and positivity, encourage meaningful conversations, and share personal stories and worldly experiences.

As a proud Arabana and Kokatha woman, Mali loves to draw inspiration from the land that surrounds her, capturing the environments and translating them into magical landscapes. Stories are deeply entwined in her paintings, many of which highlight feelings, themes, and experiences that transcend all cultures, races, and religions. The underlying goal of this is to embed the understanding that we are all human and deserve to be treated with equal respect and kindness.

Mali was recently highly commended in the 2021 Our Mob Trevor Nickolls Art Prize and was also recently announced as the Adelaide Fringe’s first Aboriginal poster artist for 2022 – the first Aboriginal poster artist for the Adelaide Fringe in its 62-year history.



  • Saeed Ahmed Bajhau
  • Thomas Jungwan Byun
  • Edward Anthony Davies
  • Alana Filomena De Rosa
  • Nicholas Shi-Wen Koh
  • Cooper Jackson McDonald
  • Gurjot Singh

Business Innovation

  • Vasily Andryushkin
  • Sahara Ann Elizabeth Angove
  • Emily Barilla
  • Charlie David Bear
  • Jackson Enrique Centenera
  • Lucy Cole
  • Cameron Justin Dixon
  • Sophie Luke
  • Ngoc Minh Van Nguyen
  • Vesace Lourdes Pessios
  • Sienna Rawlins
  • Georgie Reuther
  • Soraya Rezaee
  • Alistair Henry Sarah
  • Kate Amelia Simmonds
  • Sebastien Skubala
  • Ethan Wayne Stephen Smith
  • Miette Carmelina Soutter
  • Erin Starr

Digital Communication Solutions

  • Lily Batty
  • Ryan Matthew Braitling
  • Samantha Yvonne Fielder
  • Jack Samuel Hill
  • Emma Pellizzari
  • Patrick Robinson West
  • Molly Caitlin Wild
  • Mei Julie Willis

Digital Technologies

  • Tobias Eric Cazzolato
  • Tam Minh Dang
  • Thomas Frew
  • Bradley James Langfield
  • Jeremy Frank Ninio

Industry and Entrepreneurial Solutions

  • Ethan Gabriel Nunez Baylas
  • Tyler Jake Daniel Bird
  • Benjamin Clinton Blackwell
  • Samuel Cooper Bush
  • Jacob Gordon Ditter
  • Levi Goessling
  • Jesse Kasehagen
  • Jake Kuchel
  • Ryan David Oxlad
  • Phuong Y Nhi Pham
  • Mereki Solding
  • Shannon Elizabeth Whitehead

Information Processing

  • and Publishing
  • Jake Hanley
  • Niamh Hughes
  • Madeleine Claire Jose
  • Scarlett Kalamaras
  • Mariel Kempt
  • Natalie Musolino
  • Ngoc Minh Van Nguyen
  • Georgie Reuther
  • Ella South
  • Poppy Tarca

Material Solutions

  • Erin Clements
  • Joel Dunlop
  • Millah Rose Hansberry
  • Mason Highcock
  • Cody John Jaensch
  • Georgia Kehagias
  • Sean Madden
  • Kern Lee Mitchell
  • Tabitha Roberts
  • Ryan Steven Schubert
  • Cody Snadden
  • Darcy Tom Snodgrass
  • Caitlin Stark
  • Olivia Sutton
  • Jack Caleb Tennant
  • Georgia Travers
  • Eleni Vanikiotis
  • Maree Vatenos
  • Fraser Western
  • Zack William Will

Robotic and Electronic Systems

  • Thomas Henry Deakin
  • Valen Kostich
  • Malik Enrique Piyaratna

Workplace Practices

  • Ryan Clifford
  • Amylea Dodd
  • Mihir Doshi
  • Lizzie Tate Haines-Hann
  • Stephanie Alyse Ielasi
  • Theodora Kasimidou
  • Clancy Luscombe
  • Daisy Madigan
  • Jasmine Magnus
  • Kate Perry
  • James Andrew Prasad
  • Clare Romaniuk
  • Nirbhik Singh Sandhu
  • Nattanicha Catherine Sangson
  • Jamie Ross Smith
  • Chloe Leonie Venning
  • Lily Marie Venning
  • Hannah Lee Watters
  • Lara Zakhour
  • Do Hyun Kim
  • Eloise Merchant

Web Content Display (Global)



The SACE Board would like to thank Brighton Secondary School for providing the music at the Governor’s Commendation presentation.


The SACE Board would like to thank the Vice-Regal Ensemble for providing the Vice-Regal Salute at the Governor’s Commendation presentation.


The SACE Board expresses its appreciation to the following organisations for their support:

  • Adelaide City Council
  • Festival Hire
  • Nippy’s Fruit Juices Pty Ltd
  • Santos Ltd

Ceremony Photography

To purchase an official photograph taken on stage at the Merit Ceremony, please go to saschoolphotography.com.au