The Women’s Officer is responsible for liaising with appropriate bodies in relation to issues pertaining to women graduate students of Monash University and ensuring that the concerns of women graduate students are brought to the attention of the MGAEC.
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My journey at Monash University began in one of the most unpredictable years, 2020. I started studying Master of Management online, before moving to Melbourne in my second semester. I am also a Mechatronics engineer, having completed my undergraduate degree of Bachelor in Technology.
Starting my course online, I had the comfort of being home, but it had its share of downfalls. Being unable to network and make friends was one of them, when the MGA came to rescue. I first got involved with MGA with the peer mentor program, which expanded my network and helped me with my academic decisions too.
My biggest motivation to join the MGA is providing assistance and support to my fellow graduates, be it academically, professionally or personally, the way I was fortunate to have.
In this unprecedented time where we’re still fighting the pandemic, I want to contribute in making MGA a support system, especially for students away from home. I’m passionate about making our student community more inclusive, sustainably aware and enriching through academic and career development, along with mental health and wellbeing programs.
I love travelling, exploring new cuisines and painting as a way to spend time with myself. Recently I’ve also been enjoying cooking, it has been quite therapeutic while managing work-life balance.
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