Australia Awards alumni are empowered by the world-class education they’ve achieved, and through the networks and relationships they have developed in Australia.
Highly talented and globally mobile, Australia’s global alumni are current and future leaders, influencers and change-agents in their country, for the Indo-Pacific region and for the world. They are involved in some of the most pressing global issues including climate change, conservation, cyber-security, world food shortages, bridging the gender gap, and alleviating poverty. Individually and collectively, they are helping to positively steer and shape the world around us.
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Maria paves the way as a female leader of conservation law in Fiji
Maria was raised in her home country of Fiji with her eight siblings experiencing the highs and lows of what her country had to offer, not realising that later on it would be the inspiration for her professional pathway as an adult. Maria is a legal officer for the International Union of Conservation and Nature and has been for the past eight years, and an industry she has worked in for the past 17 years.
Australia Awards Alumna Su Su Tun is helping drive a more disability-inclusive health sector for Myanmar
Advocating for disability-inclusive health care Alumna Su Su Tun is helping drive a more disability-inclusive health sector for Myanmar. Su Su Tun has worked in
Born and raised in the mountainous Vo Nhai district (Thai Nguyen province), Ms Ly Thi Thuy Duong was always driven to help her community to
Being a changemaker in environment and sustainability is in Mehak Masood’s DNA. Raised by her grandfather, a naturalist, and her father, an Environmental Engineer, Mehak
Manisha Burlakoti is a passionate agriculturalist deeply committed to fostering sustainable and inclusive development in Nepal. Her passion for agriculture was ignited by an upbringing
Conservationist Hoang Van Chuong gained practical advanced research and communications skills while studying a Master of Tropical Biology and Conservation at James Cook University in