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Wesa Chau

Wesa Chau is a speaker, thinker, advocate and consultant, with expertise in diversity, working cross-culturally, international students, young people and disability.

She is the founder of Australian Federation of International Students. Through her leadership the organisation is now servicing more than 8,000 students a year. Some of her previous professional roles include, management consultant, project officer and senior manager in industries ranging from healthcare, IT, government, aged care and disability. Wesa also sits on a range of not-for-profit Board of Management.

Wesa is awarded the prestigious 2010 Young Victorian of the Year and 2005 Melbourne Awards (Youth), and was also a recipient of Victoria's Award for excellence in Multicultural Affairs in 2006.

She holds a Bachelor of Engineering and Commerce; Graduate Diploma of and Graduate Certificate of Business (Quality Management). She was awarded a scholarship to the Global Leadership Study Program at Northeastern University, Boston USA in 2011.


Author's website: Australian Federation of International Students


 
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