The Annual Griffith Business School Gala Dinner saw guests celebrate the winners of the Outstanding Alumnus Awards, as well as announce two new award winners for Outstanding Industry Partner and Outstanding Entrepreneurial Alumnus.
Griffith Business School alumnus Nathan Brierley says it’s the things ‘beyond the books’ that the University offers which set it apart and help prepare students for employment.
Retha Du Plessis knew she wanted to do something beyond her day job and when she came across Suited To Success/Dress For Success she knew she had found what she was looking for.
Tanner Noakes, Andy Nguyen and Samantha Carter won the internal Griffith Business School part of the competition, with Tanner winning a coveted spot on the team to represent Griffith in next round of the Challenge.
Keely Houghton’s internship with YCL Jewels has given her a portfolio of experiences and skills to display in interviews, which helped her land a job before she’s finished her Griffith University degree.
The winners of Griffith Business School’s 2019 Outstanding Alumni have been announced, with the four recipients going on to represent the School at the overall Griffith University Awards.
Robyn Lock, winner of the Griffith Business School Strategic Advisory Board Scholarship, says her win will help take the pressure off as she heads towards doing a masters degree.