Making a world of difference
Read on to find out what some of our inspirational alumni are up to .....
Olympic Gold Medalist, Sara Carrigan, is putting her entrepreneurial skills to use in helping others to relish in the simple joys and wonders of riding a bike. Sara is one of Australia's most dedicated and passionate advocates of the sport.
Coffee king and commerce graduate Phillip Di Bella is an Adjunct Professor of Griffith Business School and teaches entrepreneurship to postgraduate and undergraduate students, sharing the secrets of his success.
As the Channel Nine Queensland Weekend News presenter, part time presenter for Nine Gold Coast News and general reporter, Eva is a familiar face on Queensland television.
With music running through his veins, Brett Dean was destined for an inspiring career in this creative arena. With an impressive resume, Brett regularly visits Griffith to share his knowledge with teachers and students.
After graduating with a Master of International Tourism & Hospitality Management in 2003, Fabienne set up a boutique business to provide online marketing strategies for tourism operators.
Griffith’s engagement with Asia began Clinton Dines' lifelong connection with the region. Clinton was the President of BHP Billiton China - the world's largest diversified resource group.
Professor Greg Leigh of the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children won the inaugural Griffith University Arts, Education and Law Alumnus of the Year Award in 2011 for his outstanding contribution to the education of deaf children both nationally and internationally.
Five years ago, Kate and her friend Lars Olsen opened the Forget Me Not Children's Home in Nepal, with van Doore as the Australian-based president.
Channel Nine Queensland reporter, Natalie is well known for her work on Getaway and The Farmer Wants a Wife.