Skip to content | Change text size

In this issue Subscriptions Archive


Monash University > Publications > Monash Magazine > Alumni News



Paul Cronin (LLB 1980) was appointed a judge of the Family Court of Australia in 2006.

Employed by the Australian Tax Office (ATO), Elizabeth Haylock (BEc 1980, MEnvSc 2001) recently managed the ATO's web calculator project and is now an assistant director for its pre-filling project.

Jane Tracy

Martin O'Rourke (BSc 1981) is responsible for managing groundwater resources for the Lachlan Valley as a NSW Department of Water and Energy hydrogeologist.

Jane Tracy (MBBS(Hons) 1981, GradCertHE 2001) now works as education director at the Centre for Developmental Disability Health Victoria and was awarded last year's Monash University Vice-Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence.

David Wilson (BComp(InfoSys) 1982) has recently been appointed principal software engineer with software firm CR-X.

Hamish Green

Based in Western Australia, James Flynn (MBBS 1984) has worked with the Royal Flying Doctor Service for the past 17 years and is about to undertake training in emergency medicine.

A senior teacher at Camberwell Grammar School, Hamish Green (BA(Hons) 1985, MA 1991) has recently been promoted to the rank of commander in the Royal Australian Navy Reserve.

Now director of management systems at University College London, William Miller (BA(Hons) 1986) is also chairman of The China Tea Company in the UK.

Following her recent retirement from Monash University, Val Campbell (BA 1986) has volunteered her time as a project officer with Indigenous Community Volunteers and as a teacher at the Asylum Seekers Resource Centre.

Les Williamson (BE 1987) has been promoted to the position of Australia-New Zealand managing director at network equipment company Cisco.

John Lenders (LLB 1987) has been appointed Victorian Treasurer in the recent Victorian Government Cabinet re-shuffle.

Based in Jamaica, Karen Tomlinson (MBA 1987) is the director of retail banking at Scotiabank -- a major Canadian bank.

Wayne Francisco (BE 1988) has moved to the east coast of the USA where he is service group manager at international professional services company GHD.

Maria Ganis

Formerly a producer with ABC Classic FM, Shaun Rigney (BA 1988) is now composer and artistic director of a project to compose three new orchestral scores inspired by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park in Australia.

Maria Ganis (BEc 1989) has started her own business, Enosis International, where she works as a professional and personal development coach for executives and businesses.




Classnotes highlight

Kicking goals for player wellness

Sports physician Dr Chris Bradshaw (MBBS 1985) is an important influence on player fitness at 2007 AFL Premiership winning side Geelong Cats.