Graeme Innes AM is a lawyer, author, and company director. His autobiography Finding a Way achieved popular acclaim in 2016. He has been a human rights practitioner for more than thirty years, and is a conference presenter and facilitator. Graeme was a commissioner at the Australian Human Rights Commission for almost nine years, responsible for issues relating to disability, race and human rights. Graeme chairs the Attitude Australia Foundation, a start-up using media to change attitudes towards Australians with disabilities. He is a director of the NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority, Life Without Barriers, and PWC's diversity board. He was awarded Honorary Doctorates by the University of Canberra in 2014 and RMIT University in 2016 in recognition of his work as a human rights activist.