A social media influencer with a massive global following and a regular face on U.S. TV shows including Good Morning America, ABC’s The Chew and The Food Network, Dan turns up for Advance to talk about his passion for healthy eating.
Dr. Renae Beaumont is an expert in improving the mental health and wellbeing of individuals who are on the autism spectrum. The Queenslander moved to New York three and a half years ago to work at the Weill Cornell Medicine/New York Presbyterian Hospital as Assistant Professor of Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry.
The rise of the ‘on-demand’ economy has rewritten the rules of conventional marketplaces, changing our everyday, from the way we commute, to entertainment and dining. Even the act of dressing is up for disruption, thanks to the ingenuity of Costa Koulis and Kirsten Kore – the creators behind Designerex, the world’s leading peer-to-peer designer dress sharing platform.
Having called New York home for many years, Sally works closely with another Aussie, Erika Whillas, sharing a passion and vision to grow environmental awareness among big corporates and consumers.
Originally from Sydney, Sarah made a decision to move to New York in late 2018 to broaden her experience – an opportunity that turned into a permanent move and the start of an exciting adventure for her family of four.
Advance was delighted to host an intimate women’s lunch with Carol Schwartz AM, a strong advocate for women in leadership, with a passion for the arts, entrepreneurial businesses and social enterprises. The gathering was generously hosted by Advance Global Advisory Council member, Josephine Linden, at her Fifth Avenue offices in New York City on April 15.
Advance chatted with Renise Ayearst – an Aussie based out of Toronto since 2002 – who’s working fiercely on the arthritis research to foster a better understanding of the chronic disease.
Dr Peter Laussen wears many hats. He is the Chief of the Department of Critical Care Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada – one of the leading hospitals with an active research program which has produced highest volume of academic manuscripts than any other pediatric critical care program in the world last year.
Dr Juliet Donald is a professional story listener and observer. Her patients share their stories through words and body languages. She’s a registered clinical psychologist in Toronto. Moving to Canada from Sydney, Juliet works in a private practice and international humanitarian medical non-governmental organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), taking care of staff’s mental wellbeing.
With change comes opportunity, Noelle Younes, Director of Inside Sales at Indeed.com, made a change in her life six years ago, sparking off her own unique global experience leaving Sydney for Toronto.
Basil Bansal who is a Partner at Diamond and Diamond Lawyers in Canada, had chosen to attend Bond University in the Gold Coast to obtain a Juris Doctor degree because of its practicality and quality, enabling him to complete a three-year course in just two years and prepare him for the future of work.