Judith Oja-Gillam

Career Summary

Judith has over 30 years of business experience across multiple geographies and organisational cultures in Financial Services, Insurance, Government, Healthcare, addressing the transformational requirements of today’s business agenda. The past 15 years have been focused on leading organisations to deploy Business Architecture as a significant enabler to business capability by quickly and holistically understanding the impact of strategic initiatives, the business environment and challenges and prioritising capital spend. 

Judith has more than 10 years global transformational change leadership in Financial Services, Healthcare and Government. In addition, she has occupied multiple global roles as an industry thought leader and practitioner in innovative approaches to transformation using Business Architecture, Business Analysis and Business Design practices and methodologies.

Training Credentials

Judith has acquired over 25 years of training experience, in various internal roles, helping to raise the maturity level of organisational skill and competency. Previously Judith was responsible for the HSBC Global Professional Development for Architects Programme. She also delivers courses and seminars for the IIBA and is recognised as a global industry speaker, facilitator and trainer in business architecture, analysis, requirements discovery and process design.

What Judith’s attendees say

“Excellent instructor that was able to provide real world examples.  She led us through course and provided excellent supporting information to the course material.” Applied Business Architecture Attendee

“Judith Oja-Gillam was one of the best instructors I have had in a very long time. Her wealth of knowledge and experience is exactly what I needed to help guide me.” Applied Business Architecture Attendee

“Great facilitator! Thanks to Judith, I now have a better understanding of how Business Architecture can be used for strategic decisions.” Applied Business Architecture Attendee 


Training Philosophy

Training Philosophy: Training should be fun, relevant, timely and readily applied.