In 2000, Paul Chapman (DipLang(Japanese)
2000, BBus(Bkg&Fin) 2000) teamed up with
Lee O'Mahony (BCom 1999, LLB(Hons)
2001) and Dan Pelosi (LLB(Hons) 2001, BCom
2001) to co-found legal graduate recruitment
businesses cvMail.com.au and cvMailUK.com.
They have since sold the business to Thomson
Legal & Regulatory.
Renee Paulet (BBus 2000, BA(Human&SocSc)
2000, PhD 2006) is a lecturer with the
Department of Management at Monash
University's Gippsland campus.
Puneet Kukreja (MIT 2001) is a senior
manager with the business assurance practice at
PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia, specialising
in the delivery of security, compliance and risk
Chang Hiew Siong (BBus(Bkg&Fin) 2001,
MPracAcc 2003) is celebrating the four year
anniversary of her own business and outdoor
furniture supplier, iwood Australia.
May Laksanarung (BBus&ElectCom 2001)
is a wealth manager at the National Australia
Bank, based in Sydney, where she has worked
Now a vocational English teacher at CFA
Stephenson, Benoît Cottenceau (MA 2001)
has recently worked as a technical interpreter
at Renault and as a logistician for a Japanese
Reynaldo Wong (MEd(SpEd) 2001) was
promoted from special education teacher to deputy
director of Philippine High School for the Arts.
Phasuk Chareonkiati (GradDipLaw(Bk&FinLw)
2002) is a judge of the
Court of First Instance in
As a diplomat with the Australian Department
of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Tamara Somers (PhD 2002) currently manages the Australian
Government's direct aid program.
Christopher Videroni (GradDipDipl&Trade
2002, MPubPolMgt 2003) has returned from
the UK to take up a senior policy analyst role
with the Queensland Department of Premier
Named '2007 Victorian
Mother of the Year',
Joanne Thorburn (BA(Hum&SocSc) 2002) is
a single mother of two boys
who have high-functioning
autism. She also teaches
literacy to refugee children.
Wong Kok Leong (BNetComp 2003) spreads
awareness of disability sports in the South East
Asian region as corporate communications
executive with the Singapore Disability Sports
Antoinette Azzopardi (BA 2003) is media and
for Breast Cancer
diagnosed with breast
Siddarth Patel (BCompSc 2003) has
established his own wine company, Friday
Monkey, which exports to six countries
including its major market, the US.
Based in Poland, Khrystene Dalecki (BA(EurSt) 2003) has spent the past few years
teaching English at private language schools.
Prostate cancer researcher Prue Cowin (BBiomedSc(Hons) 2004) was named Bulletin
Magazine's 2007 Young Achiever.
After taking part in
graduate program, Hebba
Kachami (BIMS 2004)
is now working as the
coordinator. She is also
about to launch her own
information systems business, ACUO.
Sarah Holden (BCom(Acc&Fin) 2004)
has spent the past three
years at Deloitte. She
has also completed her
qualification and will now
travel to the UK.
Based in Denmark, Helle Nielsen (BPyschMgt/
Mktg 2004), has been headhunted by a recruitment
company, where she is now a consultant.
Comedian Jeremie Bracka (DipLang(Italian)
2005, BA 2005, LLB(Hons) 2005) featured
at this year's New York International Fringe
Festival with his one-man comedy show Enough
About Me… Let's Talk About Jew!
Kate Ashmor (BA 2005, LLB 2005) is now a
litigation lawyer at Melbourne law firm Wilmoth
Field Warne. She is also a Councillor of the City of
Glen Eira, representing Tucker Ward in Melbourne.
Phillip Kalantzis-Cope (BA(Hons) 2005) has
continued his studies since
leaving Monash University
and was recently accepted as
a PhD student at The New
School for Social Research in
New York, US.
Courtney Webb (BVA
2005) is an assistant to the production designer of a
new television mini-series being shot in Melbourne
As an application service consultant with Fujitsu
Australia, Wu Jiaying (MAppInfoTech 2005)
is currently working on the Primary Industry
Information Management System project for the
South Australian Government.
Following 18 months as a chemical engineer at
Orica Engineering, Suyog Mahajan (PhD 2005)
now works for Mackenzie Hydrocarbons as a
Jemima Hipondoka (MEd(TESOL Int) 2005)
is a junior lecturer with the Department of
Communication at the Polytechnic of Namibia
University in Africa.
Farhan Mir (MIMS 2005) is a lecturer with the
Institute of Management Sciences at Bahauddin
Zakariya University in Pakistan.
Cai Jinming (BBus(Mktg) 2005) is a risk control
and credit assessment specialist at technology
company Lenovo China.
Formerly a medical scientist for Medical Diagnostics
Australasia, Renae Delahoy-Ristrom (BSc 2005) is
now at Vintessential Labs where she performs wine
chemical and microbiological testing.
Melanie Szydzik (BSc(Hons) 2006, LLB(Hons)
2006) is winner of the 2007 Monash Council World
Environment Day award for staging a bike tour of
Australia to raise awareness of climate change.
Preety Agarwal (MBA 2006) has been appointed
information systems manager at The Learning
Federation in Melbourne, Australia.
Bhuvi Tandon (GradDipEd(Primary) 2006) is a
primary years teacher at the Australian International
Academy of Education in Victoria, which offers
International Baccalaureate programs across primary
and secondary levels.
Current Monash Touch Football Club coach Peter
Shefford (GradDipEd(Sec) 2007) is assistant coach
of one of the Australian Touch Football teams
competing in the 2009 Youth World Cup.
Jenny Sutono (BCom 2007, BA 2007) is vice
marketing director of an Indonesian packaging
Within 12 months of joining HP Australia, Neel
Shah (MIntBus 2007) was nominated for a
Contractor Expertise Centre quarterly award.
Anindya Chattopadhyay (MAppInfoTech 2007)
has been offered a graduate software engineer
position at software services company TUSC, a
subsidiary of Ericsson.