MBAus, the peak body for MBA graduates in Australia, has released a list of finalists for the MBA Australasia Awards which will be announced in late October.
MBAus President Masud Hossain said the judges were inspired by the quality and the quantity of the nominations received.
“These individuals represent the pinnacle of achievement, innovation, and leadership in the MBA landscape,” he said.
“Our judges will be highly challenged in selecting the best and most inspiring award winner from the pool of finalists of their categories.”
“Each of these finalists has shown an extraordinary level of skill, dedication, and impact in their respective fields. Their stories inspire us and affirm the transformative power of an MBA degree.”
The finalists are:
Most Outstanding MBA Graduate
- Claudia Giurgiuman: The University of Queensland
- Ermalyn Tambua: Central Queensland University
- Lisa Pascoe: Edith Cowan University
- Mark Ryan: Griffith University
- Rachell Hansen: Griffith University
- William Pender: University of Western Australia
Most Inspirational Lecturer
- Amanda MacKinnell MBA MAIPM: Australian Institute of Business
- Anna S.: Torrens University Australia
- Dr Catherine Batch: Queensland University of Technology
- Daniel A.: University of Sunshine Coast
- Heinz Herrmann: Torrens University Australia
- Dr. Mehran Nejati: Edith Cowan University
MBA Innovation Award
- Nathaniel Bougoure: The University of Queensland
- Jessica Kahl: Griffith University
- James Xu: Queensland University of Technology
- Alex McBroom MBA: The University of Queensland
MBA Business Excellence and Leadership
- sujana adapa: University of New England
- Mushfiq Rahman: The University of Queensland
- Michelle Hughes GAICD: Queensland University of Technology
- Kyle Arthars MBA: The University of Newcastle
- Brett Clark AM: The University of Queensland
Community Impact Award
This year’s awards are proudly sponsored by MBA News Australia.
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MBAus 2023 Awards ceremony link