At ECU, we’re incredibly proud of the achievements of our alumni and we love to share their stories.
You may not have won a Nobel prize (yet), but if you have an interesting story to share please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A passionate desire to support teachers in managing their ever-increasing workloads was the catalyst for Sharon Grosser’s bold decision to quit her job as a secondary school teacher and embark on a career as an entrepreneur.
Ever since she was a little girl, Karla loved acting, singing and dancing. However, during her time at WAAPA she realised that her artistic aspirations were based on a passionate desire to share Indigenous stories.
Trevina Abeyesundere spent almost two years at the helm of the Sri Lanka edition of Cosmopolitan magazine and says she is extremely proud of that time with the role providing wonderful experiences she still fondly reflects on.
This award has been created to underline ECU’s youth as a University, and to recognise the extraordinary achievements of our new graduates in their first few years after university.
This award demonstrates how our graduates are truly global citizens, contributing to the culture, society and economy of the places in which they live, using the skills acquired at ECU.
The award highlights the reach of ECU internationally, building the reputation of our University through the success of our alumni.
The community award was created to recognise alumni who are having an extraordinary impact in the field of equality, diversity and social responsibility, reflecting ECU’s commitment to widening participation.
This is an ECU graduate who has not only achieved extraordinary success in their industry, but also demonstrates global relevance and a commitment to equality/diversity.
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