Meet The Team
The AASYP Communications Team is at the heart of our contact with audiences across the region. Through promoting opportunities, sharing information, human story-telling and interactive social media campaigns, our Communications team builds knowledge, inspires engagement and creates connections between young people across the region.
Bachelor of Arts majoring in English Letters from Indonesia. Her love to youth voices, humanity and international development shown in her thesis on Political Discourse analysis of a youth defector’s speech. Currently developing professional skills as an Affiliate Consultant. Interested in life-long learning about international affairs, project management, other non-linear subjects and various aspects of life.
Vivian is currently a 4th year student studying Commerce (International) at UNSW, majoring in Finance and Chinese. She is passionate about environmental sustainability, innovative design and social impact and you can usually find her curled up with a book or brunching and exploring the city with friends.
Vi Nguyen Nhat Hoang
Vi is currently a Professional Communication student at RMIT University, Vietnam. Greatly interested in youth leadership, Vi joined AIESEC in Vietnam and took part in organizing YouthSpeak forums to encourage the youth to raise their voice as well as guide young people to practical actions to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. In 2019, she represented Vietnam in the 5th ASEAN Foundation Model ASEAN Meeting and developed her ambition of a better-engaged regional youth community.
Jeremy is currently studying a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne, majoring in Politics and International Studies/Economics, with future plans to study abroad in the Asia-Pacific region. He is an inaugural recipient of the Hansen Scholarship and has previously volunteered with refugee children in rural Thailand.
I’m an innovative team player with positive attitudes. My passion in life is to contribute back to the community that raised me up.
Lee Bing is a 2019 New Colombo Plan Mobility Scholar who recently graduated from a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication at Curtin University. Through the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan Grant, she had the opportunity to experience a semester-long exchange trip to Singapore where she studied design and media studies alongside Mandarin Chinese and undertook a Marketing and Design internship at a non-profit organisation tackling food insecurity.
I am a final semester International Relations student based in Melbourne, Australia. As a Capability Development Intern at Asialink Business, my passion for Australian-Asian economic relations, youth empowerment and capability, and a strong Indo-Pacific focus for Australia’s future.
Thalia is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Universitas Indonesia where not only through succeeding her studies, over the years, she has collected experience in understanding communities and run projects that tackle today’s adversity. She has worked in several renowned companies and organizations before settling to initiate Diceritain, a peer counseling app, with her fellow founders. Her line of research and work has been showcased throughout her career as well as presented in national and international conferences.
Rina is a 3D animator with experience in graphic design.