Object designer Rachel Vosila combines creativity with a problem-solving mentality and tangential thinking when designing for a more sustainable future.
Saltwater Budawang (Yuin) Woman Kaylie Salvatori is a landscape architect, Indigenous design strategist, educator, researcher and artist. By skilfully nurturing relationships between communities and Country during the design process, Kaylie asserts the right and need for Traditional Custodians and Indigenous knowledge holders to hold power.
With a wealth of international experience, and communications skills honed during her Bachelor of Media studies at UNSW, Ané Coetzee brings her entrepreneurial spirit and strategic approach to tackling some of the world’s most pressing problems.
With an entrepreneurial, problem-solving mindset and a strong social conscience, Weh Yeoh’s work has taken him from Australia to China and Cambodia and back again.
Kumar Raghav Jha uses his marketing and communications experience to give under-represented and disadvantaged job seekers the boost they need to integrate into the Australian corporate world.
Artist and UNSW alum Samuel Luke Beatty’s work delves into the intimate, vulnerable realities of being transgender, exploring themes of transition, trans identity and sexuality, manhood, and his childhood memories.
Throughout his international teaching and research career, UNSW alum Crelis Rammelt has solved problems by drawing connections between issues in political ecology, inclusive development, degrowth and systems science.
UNSW Alumna Jennifer Westacott AO has an unrivalled understanding of how the public and private sectors intersect. Bringing a wealth of senior leadership experience and a crystalline approach to solving problems, she makes the complex simple and changes lives for the better along the way.
UNSW Alumna Professor Anne Bamford OBE is a globally recognised thought-leader and researcher in the field of education, passionately advocating for inclusion, innovation, and creativity.
UNSW Alumna Georgie Smith is a social entrepreneur and thought leader working with the public service, smoothing the path for ambitious young people to become powerful forces for good.
Craig Kerslake, Wiradjuri man and UNSW Alum talks about his study and career journey and explains how his architectural design work is deeply anchored in First Australian cultural knowledge, a sense of humility and the desire to give back to Country.