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What’s next? Navigating life post-university virtual panel event

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Meet the panel

Georgia Zentrich
Bachelor of Psychology, 2018
Georgia is a vocational specialist, board member, community advisor, small business owner, LGBTQIA+ champion, mental health advocate and avid yogi. From supporting young people through headspace Wollongong to running an eco-luxe social enterprise, g-co, Georgia is passionate about living a life of purpose. A self-confessed statistics nerd, Georgia also uses her research and facilitation skills to support a range of advocacy organisations

Keegan Taccori
Bachelor of Journalism, 2017
Keegan is a creative with background in journalism, social enterprise and activism with a deep seeded passion for storytelling and social change. Keegan has a tenacity for helping good people do good things which has sent him flying across the world on projects in the ancient cities across Europe, the tropical paradises of India and Mexico, and the mountains of North America and New Zealand.

Mai Nguyen
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), 2018
Talent, tenacity, and a whole lot of hard work has been key to Mai Nguyen’s success. Hailing from Vietnam, she threw herself into life and studies in Australia, before navigating the competitive graduate job market. Mai is now working as a European Train Control System Engineer for Alstom in Sydney and uses her engineering expertise and her cross-cultural skills to forge an exciting career with a large multinational.

Born of Steel Fund

The UOW Born of Steel Fund, recognises our rich heritage and acknowledges the role philanthropy has played in helping our institution to grow into the world-class university it is today. Gifts made to this fund will support students to fulfil their potential, power world-changing research, and kick-start innovation.

Please consider joining fellow alumni in making a donation when you register for this event. All donations made within Australia over $2 are fully tax deductible.


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  • COVID Safe Guidelines: The University of Wollongong is a COVID safe organisation. The safety of our guests, speakers and staff is our top priority. All of our face-to-face events will be run in compliance with NSW Government’s health orders in effect at the time.
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