Meet our Alumni
Our Alumni are making significant contributions to the areas of humanities and languages both nationally and internationally.
Dr Nora Amath
Dr Nora Amath is an internationally-respected expert in Islamic studies, passionate humanitarian, and was a Queensland finalist for 2017 Australian of the Year.
Director of Communications, Adobe
Suzie’s digital and mobile communication campaigns are establishing Adobe as a global thought leader. She is also developing the brand’s communication efforts across, Australia, New Zealand, Southeast Asian, India, Korea and China.
Angela Cox is a journalism graduate who is now the US correspondent for Seven News. Angela has covered major international events including the Boston bombing, the Oklahoma tornado and the US Presidential campaign.
Outstanding First Peoples Alumnus: AEL winner 2018
Donisha has worked tirelessly to improve pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, as an advocate for health and supporter of girls’ and women’s educational and career opportunities.
Broadcast journalist and producer
Alyse Edwards is a Bachelor of Journalism graduate, now based in London. Currently a Broadcast journalist and producer for BBC, Channel 4 & ABC News.
Chinese TV Show Host
Harry Harding has been working as a journalist and presenter at GDTV World channel in Guangzhou, South China, where he hosts a talk show, a travel show and a documentary program.
Digital installation and projection artist
Alinta is a digital installation and projection artist described by Fringe:ArtCulture magazine as “One of the most important digital artists of Queensland, and perhaps the most important female digital artist to come from our state in the past few years.”
Director General and Head of Service
Kathy Leigh started her education with a Bachelor of Arts, followed by undergraduate and postgraduate study in Law. Since 2014 Kathy has served as the Director General of the ACT Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate and Head of the ACT Public Service.
MP for the Logan Electorate
An Education and Arts graduate, Linus Power is MP for the Logan Electorate. Early in his career, Linus was a high school teacher of English and Japanese – his career change came upon his politics studies at Griffith as well as an MBA from Harvard University.