Stefan Orlowski (LLB 1990, BA 1990) has
been promoted to group commerce director at
Heineken, where he has global responsibility
for the company's commercial activities and
Leigh Johns (BEc 1991,
LLB 1993) has been
appointed chief counsel
of the Australian Office
of Workplace Services.
This follows roles at PwC
Legal, Australian Business
Stephen Jaques and
Erik Zimmerman (BBus(Mktg) 1991) spent
the last decade living in
Jakarta, Singapore and
London. He has now
returned to Australia with
his wife and three children
and works as head of
ANZ's learning division.
After recently graduating from the University
of Arizona, Andrew Ong (BEc(Hons) 1991)
is now assistant head of Curtin University's
programs at Metropolitan College in
Cecilia Yu (BA 1993) was an exhibiting artist
at the 2008 Edinburgh Art Festival in Scotland.
This follows time in Hong Kong and China and
with charities in the UK and Nepal.
Based in Hong Kong, Michael Chan (BComp(CompSc) 1994) is chief information
officer, capital market (Asia Pacific and Hong
Kong) at Credit Agricole Corporate and
Sean Diamond (BBus(Mktg) 1995) has recently
launched his own creative design business, SD
Kinetic Studios in Melbourne, Australia.
Following almost ten years at pharmaceutical
company Mayne Pharma, Paul Yeatman (BSc
1995) is enjoying the challenges of his new
position as microbiology lab supervisor at
A former Italian, French
and English as a Second
Language teacher at
St Michael's Grammar
School in Melbourne, Melissa Palombaro (BA(Hons) 1995,
GradDipEd 1996) is
now cultural officer at the Italian Institute
of Culture, part of the Italian Ministry of
Williams (MBBS 1995)
won the Australian and
New Zealand Association
of Neurologists' 2007
Leonard Cox Award.
Alan Inn Wei Loon (BCom 1995,
BBus(Hons) 1996) is co-head of Commerce
International Merchant Bankers (CIMB)
Private Banking in Malaysia. This follows
five years spent at CIMB as a financial
adviser and head of investment and product
Hamid Ghasempour (PhD 1996) is
associate professor in plant physiology and
biotechnology at Razi University, Iran. He
has previously been head of the University's
biology department and agriculture faculty.
Michael Joseph (MBBS 1996) has been
appointed resident consultant general and
respiratory physician at Pantai Putri Hospital in
Alby Eidem (BTech(CompSc) 1996,
GradDipBusMgt 2004) has recently returned
from Nepal, where he volunteered at a
children's orphanage. He now works as
program manager at Telstra in Melbourne.
General practitioner Kirstin Charlesworth (nee
Murray) (MBBS 1996) married fellow alumnus
and anaesthetist Scott Charlesworth (MBBS
1996) in 2001. They now have three children.
Former Monash University staff member Jane
Curtin (BA(Hons) 1997) is a national speech
recognition consultant for an IT company based
in NSW, Australia.
Natasha Aylen (MBBS
1997) owns her own
general practice clinic
in Lang Lang in rural
John Raciti (BA(Craft) 1997) has recently
completed a Graduate Diploma in Design at
the University of Technology Sydney.
Former relief teacher Patricia
Collins (BA(Human&Soc Sci) 1997,
GradDipEd(Second) 1999) is developing a
program for students who are stressed or at
risk of leaving school or breaking the law.
Currently based in Washington DC in the US,
Dorothea Hancock (BEd(Primary) 1997) is
completing a PhD by correspondence with
the Queensland University of Technology. She is also a visiting scholar at University of
Seconded from CSIRO
to Bionic Technologies
officer Fiona Broussard (BSc(Hons) 1997)
focuses on research
areas including epilepsy
control, nerve repair and
device infection control.
Edie Sidhu (BBus(BusAdmin) 1998) has
been appointed regional sales manager for
publishing software company Quark, based
Diana Boyer (GDArts(VisArts) 1998)
displayed art works at the 'Climate Changing
Climate' exhibition at the Goulburn Regional
Art Gallery in June 2007.
Currently head of the
at Brandt Asia, Serene
Kwok (BBus 1998) is
responsible for managing
home appliance brands
for the company's Asian
Andrew Harris (GradDipSocSc(CounsPsy)
1998) has recently joined the Tasmanian
health department as a child psychologist,
working with children under the age of six.
He is also a part-time lecturer, teaching rural
mental health at the University of Tasmania.
Itsuko Lewnes (MA 1998) manages an
introductory Japanese studies course at the
National University of Singapore where she
is a tutor.
Associate professor of applied mathematics
and computational science at Ateneo de
Manila University Saldaņa Rafael (PhD
1998) is head of a research team aiming to
develop an intelligent information access
framework for medical images and reports.
|Lan Anh Tran
Lan Anh Tran (MIMS
1999) has recently
completed a PhD in
and continues to work as
an information systems
lecturer at Victoria
University of Wellington
in New Zealand.
Pty Ltd Andrea Tappe (BBus 1999, BBehavSc
2006) has moved her
business to larger
premises as a result of the
company's recent growth.