Valeska is now the Country Manager of Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) Indonesia based out of Jakarta promoting Australian beef– an opportunity came up after her tenure at the Australian Department of Agriculture in which she worked on the bilateral animal health program for four years in Indonesia.
Tag: Born Global
23 years ago when internet was almost unheard off and watching footy from outside Australia wasn’t always accessible, Paul Halliday who moved to Indonesia for work and his mates founded Jakarta Bintangs AFL football club as they were looking for “something else to do on the weekends”.
Trista Mutia Kasoem works at the Kasoem Hearing and Speech Center – a family business in the hearing healthcare industry in Indonesia which has established a partnership with Cochlear Limited – an Australian medical device company that designs, manufactures and supplies the cochlear implants.
Barakalla Robyn has pursued his passion and career in the environment sector. He’s the Sustainable Ocean Initiative & Climate Senior Program Lead at the World Resources Institute Indonesia (WRI) – an affiliate of the World Resources Institute headquartered in Washington, D.C. WRI Indonesia is an organisation dedicated to developing research-based solutions to address climate change and helping Indonesia to achieve sustainable development.
Eva Kasim requires mobility aids but that doesn’t prevent her to dream big. She took the opportunity to study in Australia after receiving a scholarship, all while she was also facing challenges and inconveniences with her limited mobility. And she even devoted time to get involved in volunteer work besides her study.
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.
Benyamin Ismail is the CEO of AirAsia X Berhad – long-haul budget airline based in Malaysia and a sister company of AirAsia, the largest airline in Malaysia by fleet size and destinations.
Leanne Hucker is the Director of Sales & Marketing at Rosewood Bangkok an ultra-luxury hotel opening in 2019 in the Thailand capital spearheading Rosewood’s continued growth across South East Asia in the heart of Bangkok.
Amy Reggers is the International Consultant on Gender and Climate Change Program Development and Research at UN Women based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Andrew Sharman is an architect at BDA Architecture – an Australian architectural practice which has presence in the Gold Coast and Selangor, Malaysia. Originally from the Gold Coast, Andrew was presented the opportunity in 2012 to relocate to Kuala Lumpur
Originally from Sydney, Meghan Cook has always been fascinated by the thoughts of moving abroad to expand life experiences and learn about foreign cultures. In June 2018, she made a decision to move to Hanoi, Vietnam, after accepting a placement position under the Australian Volunteers International program, joining Center for Public Health and Environment Research (CENPHER) as a Research Officer.
James Bradbury is the Head of Global Culinary at the Minor Food Group– one of the leading casual dining industry players in Asia which manages a number of food outlets including Australian bistro chain The Coffee Club.