Dynamic duo balance life, careers and vision for Canberra
CBE alumni and couple Tony Pan and Renee Huang discuss the founding and vision of TP Dynamics, and separating professional from the personal.
The silver lining in jewellery
CBE alumna and founder of jewellery business YAJ International shares her career journey from salesperson to entrepreneur.
In defence of the climate
CBE alumnus Ryan Hamilton discusses climate change and his role as the Chief of Staff for the Environmental Defense Fund.
Aligning on purpose
Graduand Fadhil Musyaffa reflects on how CBE has set him on his career path.
A virtual step-up
CBE alumna Tiana Teng shares insights from her finance career and the benefits of virtual learning.
Taking the lead
NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission Chief Operating Officer Lisa Pulko discusses leadership in the public sector.
Making healthy moves in leadership
CBE alumnus and CEO of Bupa Asia Pacific Hisham El-Ansary reflects on his career in healthcare.
Standing out against the competition
CBE alumna Emily Wu shares her career experience and the key characteristics of a successful job applicant.
Marketing consumer health
CBE alumnus Luis Guerra shares his journey into marketing and how it opened up the world.
Introducing the CBE Canberra Alumni Network
Connecting, supporting, and empowering current students and alumni of CBE.
From little things, proteins grow
CBE alumnus Willie Ng shares his growth as an agripreneur and how ANU prepared him for the unknown.
Digital insurance: a global future
CBE alumna Sian Moon reflects on her professional growth and taking her career from ANU to the world.
Brothers in business
CBE alumni, brothers Joshua and Oscar Gonzalez, talk business building.
Count on experience
Graduand Abhishek Singh on embracing the University’s work-integrated learning opportunities.
The changing shape of retail
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Wesfarmers, Rob Scott, shares his insights on the evolving retail industry.
Graduand Chong Hau (Christopher) Ong shares his academic-journey highlights.
CBE alumna Marie-Claire McGuffie discusses all things retail marketing.
The ripple effect
Alumna Jessica Morrison shares how her time at ANU helped her navigate her sporting and professional careers.
Headlines and deadlines
ANU alumnus and ABC’s Seoul Correspondent Carrington Clarke provides a sneak peek into the working mind of a journalist.
The tribe has spoken
Alumna Dr Hataya Sibunruang reflects on how watching Survivor influenced her academic career.
Diet another day
Alumnus Naresh Kumar talks about his student experience at CBE and his MasterChef Australia journey.
Breakfast at Tiffany's
CBE alumna Natalie Ho shares her insights on workplace adaptability and customer expectations in the luxury-goods industry amidst COVID-19.
What’s the human cost of COVID-19?
CBE alumnus Amir Jilani shares his economic insights on social development issues.
From theory to practice
How to best adapt when transitioning from university to the workplace.
Best foot forward – how to win the recruitment process
Job-hunting success depends on what you do before the interview.
CBE alumna Serene Ng shares her insights on leadership research.
What does it take to chase your dream career?
Practical advice for the job-ready chasers.
The skills toolkit
CBE alumna Dr Valerie Caines shares the key differences between working in academia and the private sector.
Gaining more by giving back
ANU Commerce and Science graduate shares his career path and the benefits of mentorship.
ROI – Return on Internships
CBE alumna and internship host, Fuzuki Nishimura, explains the importance of internships.
Alumnus Harry Hoang recognised as one of the most influential Asian-Australians for his leadership in accounting.
Food for thought
CBE commerce graduate Brogan Goode discusses his ‘new life’ as a food guide in Canberra.
Creating your dream job
CBE commerce graduate Victor Jiang shares his perspective on being a tech entrepreneur and venture capitalist.
Managing investor expectations
CBE alumnus Jie Chang, who completed a Master of Financial Management (with Merit), sheds light on China’s wealth-management industry.
Former Master of Finance student Mingjun Sun shares her ANU and professional experience.
Economics graduate Rob Fisher sheds light on the operations of a renewable energy company.
Jason Weng, who studied Actuarial Studies and Finance at CBE, shares his journey into the world of data analytics.
Boosting community healthcare
MBA student Donisha Duff discusses the health sector for Indigenous communities in Australia and overseas.
The COVID-19 code of conduct
Dr Jane Gunn, who completed her PhD at CBE, discusses the opportunities for organisations and leaders in a post-pandemic world.
CBE alumna Jo Evans, who completed a bachelor degree in Asian Studies and Economics (Honours), reflects on climate change and policy.
Gaining more than the syllabus
ANU graduand Faez Faris, who is studying a Bachelor of Economics, recalls his unique student experience.
Purpose, profit and impact
International Business graduate Cheryl Ng discusses her career trajectory, social enterprise and her CBE experience.
Decoding digital taxation
Dr Arnaldo Purba, who completed his PhD at CBE, expands on digital taxation and learning to conduct ‘proper research’ at ANU.
Learning the language of business
ANU graduand Shuai He, who studied accounting, recollects his unique student experiences.
Thought leadership in risk management
Dr Laura Ryan, who obtained an Honours degree in Actuarial Studies from CBE, discusses investment management during COVID-19.
A sustainable resolve
David Maywald, who studied accounting, finance and economics at CBE, shares his insights on sustainable investment.
Bridging the data-literacy divide
Bartolomeo Badalassi, who studied Actuarial Studies at CBE, shares his consultancy insights and enthusiasm for data.
The future belongs to the problem-solvers
Commerce graduate Rachel Lau discusses what it’s like to be a business owner and the fate of start-ups in Asia post-COVID-19.
A front row view of global finance
ANU alumna Cathie Armour sheds light on how financial and legal systems contribute to community wellbeing.
Forging one’s own path
CBE alumna Stacey Lin, an actuarial consultant, reflects on her academic and professional growth.
All things data
CBE alumnus Shubham Singh sheds light on his academic and professional growth in Australia.
ANU, Harvard and now Stanford, CBE alumnus Matthew Jacob reflects on the diverse academic pathways.
Data, AI and fighting COVID-19
CBE alumnus and Auditor-General of Victoria Andrew Greaves sheds light on data analytics and organisational misconduct.
Taking centre stage: Team Australia at Expo 2020
World Expos are among the largest international events on the planet, taking place every five years and lasting six months. They are events that showcase the best examples of collaboration, innovation and cooperation from around the world.
The sky is the limit
ANU alumna and RBA economist June Ma recounts her journey to Harvard University.
Staying mentally strong during COVID-19
CBE alumnus Andrew Thorp is the Head of Strategy and Planning at Beyond Blue, an Australian not-for-profit organisation that specialises in providing information, advice, and support to help everyone in the country to achieve their best possible mental-health level.
The value of adaptability
CBE alumnus Adrian King, a Partner at PwC, shares his insights on COVID-19 and life after graduating.
Walking the walk
CBE alumna Iris Chan shares her industry insights on customer experience in the Asia Pacific, why a company’s most important asset is its talent and how her ANU experience influenced her most formative years.
Standing out from the crowd
CBE alumnus Miles Wu shares his views on digital economies and his experience at ANU.
CBE alumna and prominent author Jamila Rizvi discusses mentorship for women, writing and Hermione Granger.
Reinforcing community health
CBE alumnus Mike Wilson OAM shares his insights on Australia’s community health and the not-for-profit industry.
Australia’s corporate culture needs a boost
Phil Ruthven AM, founder and owner of IBISWorld, reviews the country’s corporate complexities.
How to start a revolution in education
Driven to revolutionise education in Asia, CBE alumnus receives prestigious Schwarzman Scholarship.
Practicing theories and positivity
“ANU has trained me to deal with problems from different perspectives,” reflects CBE alumna Yun Liu.
CBE alumnus and aspiring economist, Flint O’Neil, reflects on his academic journey from ANU to Yale University.
In need of culturally appropriate homes
CBE alumna Kim Sinclair discusses how its not all “doom and gloom” for Aboriginal housing.
CBE Alumni Hall of Fame 2019
CBE Alumni Hall of Fame recognises the achievements of the College’s alumni who have made significant societal impacts.
Crime, collusion and cryptocurrency
An ANU panel of blockchain and cryptocurrency specialists share their industry and legal insights.
Visions of a New Indonesia
At an event in Jakarta, a panel of senior and recent alumni discussed their visions of Indonesia.
Reaching Multiple Verticals
CBE alumnus Alastair J M Walton discusses his diplomatic responsibilities as Consul-General of Australia in New York.
Leadership requires an adaptive approach
'When transitioning into a new environment if you are not learning new things then you are probably not doing it right'
Moving up the echelons of Finance
‘One must climb the corporate ladder keeping in mind your partner’s career and family as equal priority’.
Investing in the Future
'Beijing's entrepreneurial spirit sets it apart from the world'.
Tips to run a successful business
Four young Malaysian entrepreneurs share untold and “uncool” aspects of running successful businesses.
'Change is the only constant in e−commerce'
As a strategy associate for the largest e-commerce operator in South-East Asia, Huiqi Low shares her insights.
'A simple pursuit can result in a great moment'
PolicyStreet Co-Founder Winnie Chua shares her thoughts and experience on the developing world of insurance.
Finance is not just bookkeeping
Westpac International’s CFO Rod Jackson reflects on his 40-year career.
The higher value of Higher Education
‘My employer recognised my academic rigour and offered me a gig’
The path to success is lined with learning
Khoi Vu graduated from CBE and has gone on to achieve great things within Vietnam's finance sector.
Knowledge is a career investment that pays off
William Fong is a CBE alumnus who credits his success to volunteering and networking at conferences while a student.