Meet The Team
Cameron is a Hawker Scholar and National University Scholar at the Australian National University. In 2019, Cameron studied at Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta and the National University of Singapore as the New Colombo Plan ASEAN Fellow.
Whilst living in Southeast Asia, Cameron interned at the Australian Mission to ASEAN and Migrant Care, an Indonesian migrant worker advocacy organisation. Cameron is currently a law student at the ANU and is a Strategic Communications Officer for the University’s COVID-19 response team.
Cameron sits on the ASEAN Australia Education Dialogue Advisory Committee and is a 2020 Y20 Policy Fellow with Global Voices.
Mikaylie completed her combined Law Arts Degree in June 2020, majoring in International Relations, Political Economics and Social Policy. She is currently undertaking graduate studies in Environmental Planning.
In 2019, Mikaylie spent a semester studying at the Islamic University of Indonesia in Yogyakarta, Indonesia where she studied Indonesian Business and Law. She also undertook Internships at PUSHAM Centre for Human Rights in Yogyakarta where she worked on peace-building through interfaith dialogues, and Wahana Visi (World Vision) in Jakarta where she worked with the End Violence Against Children team.
Dicky Aditiya Kurniawan
Dicky is a final-year undergraduate student majoring in Business Management at Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology. During his study, he has partaken in several international programmes, such as volunteer project, student exchange programme, and summer school.
In 2020, He had a chance to study virtually at VIVES University of Applied Sciences with the courses of “Financial Crises and Global Sustainability”. His passion for volunteering has become greater since he joined a Global Volunteer project organised by AIESEC in NCKU Taiwan in 2018.
Michelle is a recent UWA graduate with an interest in international law.
She has interned with research groups such as the Modern Slavery Research Cluster and the Centre for Muslim States and Societies
Vi is a student studying a Bachelor of Professional Communication at RMIT University, Vietnam. Passionate about youth leadership, Vi has been in multiple leadership roles at AIESEC in Vietnam.
In 2019, she represented Vietnam in the 5th ASEAN Foundation Model ASEAN Meeting and developed her ambition for a better-engaged regional youth community. She was also a delegate at the inaugural ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum 2019.
Georgia is a John Curtin Undergraduate Scholar at Curtin University, where she is studying a double degree in the Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts, majoring in International Relations.
Georgia has been involved in a number of positions which have enriched her understanding of International Relations, including as a delegate in AASYP’s Indo-Pacific Future Leaders’ Program and as an Intern at the Australian American Leadership Dialogue. She is passionate about the role of youth as drivers for change across the Southeast Asian and Australian region.
More locally, Georgia has been involved with the Perth-based not for profit Teach Learn Grow, where she has most recently taken up the position of Recruitment Manager.
Nancy recently graduated with a double degree in Commerce/Laws with a major in Finance from the University of New South Wales, Australia.
From 2019 to 2020, Nancy spent a semester at National Taiwan University, Taipei where she studied Traditional Chinese and Law as a New Colombo Plan Scholar. Nancy previously completed a semester at Bocconi University, Milan for her finance studies in 2017, and studied in Guangzhou, China for 6 months when she was a primary school student.
Nancy currently works at an Australian telecommunications company Telstra. She is passionate about deepening relationships and broadening perspectives through cross-cultural collaboration and is excited about the future of technologies. Nancy feels exuberant hearing from youths passionate about addressing ‘wicked’ problems and is constantly reading to digest new ideas.