Griffith University alumnus James Rayner is at the helm of the Property Law team at one of the Gold Coast’s longest running law firms, and is preparing to lead its next era of success. As MBA Lawyers celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2020, James’ future focus is on creating a market-leading property team through his […]
Sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapist, Adjunct Assistant Professor Nick Marshall, has been named Griffith’s Outstanding Alumnus for 2020, the University’s highest alumni honour.
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From a young age, humanitarian Simon Lewis has been driven to make a difference in the community that surrounds him. His innate drive to improve life for his fellow man and make the seemingly impossible, possible – has found him success in his personal and professional life, all while staying humble. Simon’s credits his mother, […]
Industry change-maker Communications alumnus Alanna Bastin-Byrne is the Director of Femeconomy, a national membership organisation that educates how purchasing decisions can create gender equality. Femeconomy’s approved companies have at least 30% women on the Board of Directors or 50% female ownership, ‘Companies with female leaders are more likely to have workplace flexibility and less likely […]
Griffith University has announced the 16 academic group winners of its 2020 Outstanding Alumni Awards.
Griffith University Masters recipient Mo Moezzi and third-year business student Georgia Smith connected through Griffith's Industry Mentoring Program and have developed such a rapport they plan to continue working together after the program concludes.
Griffith alumnus Haylene Grogan has described the first few months of her job as Queensland’s first Chief Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Officer as “coming home.” The proud Kuku Yalanji and Tagalaka woman started her career in health as a nurse in 1983 and said she was “loving” her new position, calling the new […]