Mr Ben Archer
Employer: Brindabella Christian College
Current Position: Head of Humanities & Careers
Professional Field: Career Development & Education
Ben's background is in politics and is currently completing postgraduate study in Business. He works in Career Development and Education at both secondary & tertiary levels. He enjoys working with people to find their niche in an ever changing world.
Miss Catherine Baxendale
Employer: Menzies Art Brands
Current Position: NSW Registrat
Professional Field: Art Administration
Catherine is currently the NSW Registrar for Menzies Art Brands, Australia's leading auctioneer and valuer of fine art. She graduated from the ANU in 2013 with a Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) with the University Medal in Art History.
Dr Garth Britton
Employer: Self Employed
Current Position: CEO
Professional Field: Consulting, Coaching, Teaching & Research
Garth is a former global executive with extensive experience in Asia and Europe. He is also an experienced consultant, facilitator and executive coach, with a focus on leadership, organisational change, culture and strategy.
Mr Michael Haynes
Employer: Basketball ACT
Current Position: CEO
Professional Field: Not for Profit, Community Organisation - Sport
Insurance lawyer for seven years (small and national law firms). Professional sports coach for four years. Senior Sports Manager for 13 years with particular interest in education and the positive impact that sport has on communities.
Ms Balwinder Kaur
Employer: Ministry of Education
Current Position: Education Officer
Professional Field: Government Service & Education
An Education Officer who specialises in the teaching of English Language to high school students, Balwinder Kaur is a professional who is committed to developing her students to the best of their ability.
Dr Bradley Kunda
Employer: University of Sydney
Current Position: Acting Deputy Director
Professional Field: Education & Music
Bradley Kunda is a Doctor of Musical Performance of The Australian National University (ANU). He has diverse experience in the higher education sector and strong links throughout the Australian classical music scene.
Prof Campbell Macknight
Current Position: Retired
Professional Field: History, Archaeology & Indonesia
Campbell had an important role in establishing Archaeology and Aboriginal Australian history at ANU. His recent interests have been in Indonesian history and prehistory.
Dr Nina Markovic
Employer: University of New South Wales
Current Position: Lecturer & Course Convenor
Professional Field: Political Science
Having worked for 7 years for the Australian Commonwealth Parliamentary Service as Senior Researcher/Advisor for Europe and Middle East, Nina was able to put her ANU degrees into practice. After re-allocation to Sydney, she lectured and tutored at UNSW.
Mr Anthony Mrsnik
Employer: Escape Media
Current Position: Director & Founder
Professional Field: Media & Entertainment
Media and entertainment industry executive; legal (General Counsel and Head of Legal & Business Affairs); broadcast and channels; film and tv development, financing, production, and distribution; music and book publishing; radio; digital media; policy.
Mr Tim Payne
Employer: The University of Sydney
Current Position: Director, Higher Education Policy & Projects
Professional Field: Public Policy, Administrative Law, Project Manager
Tim Payne is Director, Higher Education Policy and Projects at the the University of Sydney. He is an expert on Australia higher education policy and an experienced project lead for the establishment of strategic multi-disciplinary and cross-industry unit.
Miss Morgan Putnam
Employer: Marathon Health
Current Position: Support Facilitator / Social Worker
Professional Field: Social Work
Morgan is a new graduate social worker, accredited by the Australian Association of Social Workers. She worked in the field for approximately 9 months, in a child protection role at Family and Community Services NSW and now currently in Mental Health.
Ms Sue-Lin Wong
Current Position: Journalist
Professional Field: Journalism
Sue-Lin was at Burgmann for three years from 2008-2010. She is now a journalist with Reuters in Beijing.